How to Remove the Cigarette Smell From Your Hands

Posted on Jan 27 2013 at 04:50:47 PM in Health

Cigarette smell, like all smoke odor, stuck to all to surfaces it gets into contact with , including your skin. In case you are a smoker, you probably won't notice the problem presence. However, if you are going to a new job interview, a date or in any other situation where you have to show your tidiest look , the accumulated cigarette odor may be a problem. You won't feel really comfortable if you have to hold a smelly hand, will you? Even if you spray perfume on your fingers, the bad odor will mix with its aroma, but a no-smoker will still sense it.

Having in mind that cleaners Paddington professionals provide the following tips on how to remove the cigarette smell from your fingers:

As a start try to wash your hands thoroughly each time after having a cigarette. Use hand soap and warm water. Rub them together to form a lather.

Work with a fingernail brush to reach the areas beneath your fingernails. You can buy such one from every cosmetic aisle of the most grocery stores. It will help you a lot to lift the dirt and odor trapped beneath your nails.

Rinse your hands well under warm running water. Then fill the sink with water. You don't have to fill the whole sink- you only need enough amount to immerse your hands. Pour a half cup of white vinegar into the water to achieve better results.

While restoring your hands skin take off all of your rings and place them aside. Submerge your hands into the vinegar and water mixture and soak for at least a minute. According the cleaning experts the vinegar will absorb the bad odor for no time. It is a mild acid, and this is the reason why you should not wear any jewelry while using it as it can damages them.

Another good alternative is to use with baking soda .You only have to sprinkle a small amount of it on your skin and rub your hands together. After that just swill out vigorously.

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Author: lisaheader
Created: Jan 27 2013 at 04:50:47 PM
Updated: Jan 27 2013 at 04:50:47 PM
Category: Health
Language: English