How to Clean Clothes Affected by Tobacco or Smoke Odors

Improper cleaning of garments that have been exposed to odors, especially smoke odor, can cause the odor to permanently settle onto the fibers.


  1. Dilute 8 ounces of Degrease-All and 1 ounce of Smoke Wash per 5 gallons of cold water. Add 1-2 oz of general-purpose laundry detergent. Soak clothes overnight.
  2. Pre-spot stains with a solution of 32 oz of Degrease-All to 96 ounces water.
  3. Add 1 cup of Degrease-All to the wash cycle.
  4. Add 2 oz of Smoke Wash to wash cycle. Caution: overuse may cause foaming.
  5. Launder normally.
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