Do air purifiers help with cigarette smell?
I have an employee was is mostly allergic to cigarette smoke. No one smokes in our office, but someone walks by her several times a day who smokes outside. I wanted to get her an air purifier, but I'm told that they don't assist in lessening this kind of smell. Does anyone know of an air purifier that may help?
- swarr2001Lv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
I am extremely allergic to cigarette smoke. I bought an expensive air purifier to cope, but found they don't work. I don't know of anything that helps. You are a wonderful boss to think of this, bless you.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
yes this one is great
reduce all three of the major forms of air pollution: particles such as pollen, pet dander, dust, and cigarette smoke; microbes such as mold and bacteria; and gases and odors. That's especially critical since the Environmental Protection Agency consistently ranks indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health.
- JuanitavilleLv 51 decade ago
The best way to get rid of the smoke smell is to place a dish of white vinegar on or near her desk. The vinegar will absorb the odor.
- 1 decade ago
Not much. You need an open door/window to circulate the air to get rid of the smell.
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- wissmanLv 44 years ago
you want to make a great smoking are both outdoors ( you will get an outside warmth lamp in case you stay in a chilly climate) or proper next to a window you may crack. Lysol or Fabreeze works slightly.. My pal is a smoker and makes use of a Honeywell Environair. She also trys to easily smoke next to a window and one among those little smoke suckers next to her ashtray.