Smoking indoors leaves an unpleasant trail that gets in our clothes, curtains and furniture. In order to solve the odor or at least mitigate it try a few simple tricks that actually work.
Vinegar or coal
In several bowls pour a little vinegar or put pieces of activated charcoal and place it in a room where you smoke cigarettes. If you have children or pets put bowl aside on an elevated position. Charcoal and vinegar absorb and neutralize odors.
Perfume on the bulb
Spray a bit of your favorite perfume on the cold bulb. When the lamp is turned on and bulbs get warm, through the room will spread a pleasant smell that will at least partially cover up the smoke and stench of cigarettes.
Natural scented sachets for closet (e.g. lavender)
If you feel that your fashion accessories such as gloves, hats or scarves absorb the smell of cigarettes, and plan to wear them the next day, leave them for an hour on the open, and then put them overnight in a plastic bag along with the natural fragrant bags for closets.
In the ashtray put some ordinary or even better scented sand for cats. It will completely remove the odor of cigarette butts, and it will make it easier to clean the ashtray.
In the evening, before bed sprinkle baking soda on the carpet, easy chairs and the edges of the room where you smoke. In the morning vacuum it.
Towel and vinegar
First, ventilate the room, and then a towel or cloth soak in vinegar, and for a minute or two wave around the room. The smell of cigarettes should completely disappear.