How To Get Rid Of Cannabis Smell Inside Your House?
Cannabis smells because it is full of terpenes, chemicals that are designed to attract pollinators and ward off predators. While the smell of fresh bud may be enjoyable to you, it may not be the same for people around. No matter what’s your reason to consume weed, you may still want to keep your habit secret or be courteous to your neighbors who are not that fond of a cannabis user behind the wall. Here’s a list of tricks that will help you to get rid of cannabis smell at your place.
Classics — Nag Champa
Nag Champa is an incense, commonly burnt in ashrams. The classic aroma is tightly connected to practitioners of yoga, meditation, and cannabis consumption. It is a great way to get rid of cannabis smell and mask the cannabis smoke if it is still lingering.
New Age — Patchouli Oil
This aromatic oil is made from the small pink and white flowers of the patchouli plant. It has pleasant, lasting scent and antidepressant and aphrodisiac qualities. Let your place smell of love and tranquility.
Standard — Febreeze
Americans living with gassy spouses and roommates know the necessity of having Febreeze in the house. This is not a super option, but for a fresh scent in a pinch, it is a good choice.
Creative — The Toilet Bowl
A toilet bowl is an act of desperation when you cannot go outside and cannot consume inside. If you must, bring along stick matches and turn on the fan. The smell of the stick matches should cover a hit or two, and the fan should help you with the rest.
Adventurous — Smoking in the Shower
Smoking in the shower while it is running may seem a little bit crazy, but hot water creates steam, and the smoke smell dissipates along with the steam. You may know this method as a “Hawaiian Hotbox.” To mask the odor more, place a towel at the bottom of the door.
Emergency — Burnt Popcorn
Few smells mask odors better and linger in the air longer than a burnt bag of popcorn. However, avoid burning it too much: the fire alarm is the loudest signal of domestic failure, and it does not improve cannabis users’ reputation.
Things to try when nothing works
Mason jar, a Ziploc bag or vacuum-sealed containers will work exceptionally well for storing cannabis. A UV protective airtight container will preserve the quality of flower over time.
Paper towel, rubber band, and a dryer sheet
Get a toilet paper, place a fabric softener sheet at the end, and strap it to the roll with a rubber band. Exhale slowly as not to shoot the smoke directly out the other end of the roll. Done correctly, it diffuses much of the odor.
Simply open the windows and get out of the house. That’s simple.
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