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6 Ways To Get Rid Of The Weed Smell In Your Home/Car



If you're a regular cannabis user, it's likely that you've had to deal with the lingering smell of weed in your home or car. Whether you're tired of getting dirty looks from your neighbors or just want to keep your own place smelling fresh, there are many methods that can help you mask or remove the cannabis odor.


1. Air Sanitizers


If you want to remove the smell from your home, air sanitizers are a good option. They will help remove the weed smell from your home by killing the bacteria and spores that cause it. This can be great if you're trying to get rid of any other unpleasant smells in your house as well.


If you want to mask the smell, these are also a great option because they come in all different scents like lavender or vanilla bean which can help cover up any unwanted odors. They're also easy to use and can be used anywhere in your house including under sinks, closets, bathrooms, bedrooms and more!


Air Sanitizers are also really useful when it comes to cars because not only do they kill bacteria but they also trap moisture inside which helps prevent mold growth as well which means less work for us when cleaning out our cars (yay!).


2. Charcoal Bags


Charcoal bags are a great way to get rid of the cannabis odor in your home or car. These bags are made from charcoal, activated carbon and water, which means they're able to absorb more than 99% of their weight in odors.


Using these bags is simple: Just place them in any area where you think there's an odor (i.e., under your couch, near a closet that smells like weed) and let them do their job for 24 hours before removing them and placing them somewhere else. You can reuse the same bag three or four times before replacing it with a new one, making this method more cost-effective than other methods on this list! These products can be found online at places like Amazon.


3. Incense, Candles, and Wax Melts


Incense, candles, and wax melts are a good way to cover up the smell of weed.

They’re cheap and easy to find. You can get them at any drug store or grocery store. They come in many different scents too—from fruity to flowery to woodsy—so they’ll make your home smell amazing!


If you want your room to smell like a forest (even if it's just for one night), go for something like this Cedarwood Incense Sticks by Morpheme Candle Company ($8). If you want something more subtle but still sweet smelling (like cotton candy), try these ice cream-scented Wax Melts by Kiss My Face ($5). If you'd rather have a classic candle that fits right into any room of your house, then try this vanilla-scented soy candle from Bath & Body Works ($15).


4. Heat-Activated Odor Absorbers


Heat-activated odor absorbers are another alternative to help you get rid of that weed smell. They work by absorbing the scent molecules in the air and trapping them in their fibers. The good news is that they’re easy to use; simply place one or two on top of your car seats or in closets or cabinets where you store items with a lingering marijuana odor, and let them work their magic!


The only downside to these little guys is that they need time to activate—which means it may take several hours before they start working their magic. But if patience isn’t your thing (and really, who wants to wait around while something works?), then there are other options like charcoal filters which also seem to do an amazing job at absorbing odors!


5. Smoke Exhaust Fan


If you live in an apartment, or if you simply want to take the extra step of keeping your home smelling better longer, a smoke exhaust fan is a great option.


You may have seen this type of fan used in restaurants and bars to help remove smoke odor from the air. They do not filter out any particulates like incense or candles actually produce—just smells—but they can still be useful for removing lingering odors from smoking rooms.

If you decide to install one, make sure that it's installed by someone who knows what he or she is doing. You'll also need to make sure that your electricity is up to par because these fans require quite a bit of power (as well as ducts).


6. Baking Soda Method


The baking soda method is a great way to get rid of weed smell in your home and car. The best time to use this method is right after you smoke, but it can also be used as a preventative measure if you want to keep yourself and others from smelling like weed.


Baking soda is an excellent odor neutralizer because it has a large surface area that absorbs smells. It takes about 24 hours for the baking soda to work its magic on the odor, so try using this method when you first notice the smell after smoking or before guests arrive at your house/car!


You can also add some essential oils (like peppermint) or citrus peels to break up any lingering scents. Another option would be adding some vinegar (which will not only cover up any smells but also disinfect).


There are many methods that can help you mask or remove the cannabis odor.


There are many methods that can help you mask or remove the cannabis odor.

  • The best way to remove the weed smell from your home is to air out your room. Open all windows, put a box fan in the window and run on high for at least 24 hours.

  • The best way to remove the weed smell from your car is to leave all windows open while driving until you get home, or if you don’t have time just turn on air conditioning system (if equipped) until you park again later on, then repeat process until you reach home.

  • The best way to remove the weed smell from your clothes is by washing them with vinegar in hot water as soon as possible after smoking last time before going out again – but only do this if it wasn’t wet when drying earlier!

Conclusion

We hope you’ve found this information helpful. If you’re still looking for ways to eliminate the smell from your home or car, we recommend trying out one of the methods above. If none of them work, it could be time for a new place!

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