Topic: Spam me with all your marijuana smell removing tricks!

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Spam me with all your marijuana smell removing tricks!
So far we have replaced carpet, used odor reducing primer/paint and an ozone machine.
Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
Jill Kloft Eisbach's Avatar
Jill Kloft Eisbach
Only rent it to someone with Covid…it’ll take them a bit to smell it at least…
Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
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Jessica Jenkins
When all else fails this seriously works! You can also buy them at gas stations and some Walmarts. It is very concentrated so do not get it on any surfaces or walls. spray high in air above flooring. We have also boiled pots of Fabuloso on low and went back every 30-1hr to check water level lol Chadwell also sells Odoban Scent bombs similar to bug bombs
 
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Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
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Are you able to have the vents cleaned?
Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
Karen Mattis's Avatar Topic Author
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I talked to two vendors today both said vent/duct cleaning won’t help…
Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
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Korrie Borkowski
It will help and clean the hvac coil. Fog the vents with a smell elimination chemical. Those that clean vents will know.
Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
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Jane Nicholson-Gates
Change mini blinds.. verticals… wipe down cabinets
Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
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Erica N Ruben Cano
Open up the windows and plug some plug ins. It’ll fade away. Or buy odor reducing candles for smoke
Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
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Christina Allen
The filters! Make sure all changed put ofor removers on them run that ac
Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
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Duct cleaning and more importantly COIL CLEANING!!! No one ever does that and thats where much of the odor is after painting and flooring is replaced!!
Posted 4 days 3 hours ago
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Sean Colin
Get vanilla extract and use a paint roller to roll onto the walls
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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Run ozone , with ac on , make sure you clean hvac coils , and deep treat carpet , if you’ve already sealed the walls , you can try the smoke odor paint as well but that’s a lot to do in 2 days
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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Allie Gartside
Duct cleaning and coil cleaning. If you also have a dryer in the unit, have a vendor come out and clean out the dryer duct that leads outside. Regardless of what vendors say, I’d do it anyways. It’s also likely permeated into your cabinets. Have a cleaner come out and clean inside and outside of cabinets.
We had a smoker move out once. Couldn’t get the smell out and our cabinets were espresso colored. I took just a baby wipe to them and the crap that came off it. OH and the fridge. Cleaning vendors don’t always do a thorough job so I’d have them specifically do that.
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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Matthew Merrill
A TSP wash works amazing on nicotine also! I like to get all the baseboards, doors and trim as well as the cabinets.
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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Just rent it to someone else that uses marijuana.
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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Patience Harris
You can buy an additive at Sherwin that adds a smell to the paint. Works amazing for a LOT of different smells.
If you go to a smoke store they usually have candles for people who smoke. It helps get rid of the odor in their homes and it can be beneficial for using for marijuana smells also.
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
Lindsey Bibler's Avatar
Lindsey Bibler
Air duct cleaning will help but also too it could be a nighboring apartment still smoking in the unit
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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Heather Taylor
Ducts and coils for sure but Marijuana usually doesn't linger like cigarettes do. Definitely might be a neighbor
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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Lauren Fisher
Ok so at my last property we had this issue and my regional brought “blunt effects” over to try… it’s a small bottle of air freshener and they sell them at smoke shops!!! Try that because it worked for us!
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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Brenda Summers Davis
Ozone machine. Close up the unit leaving on the “fan” on a/c running. Set ozone at the a/c air return and run for 24 hours. Make sure to put note on door “Ozone treatment is process DO NOT ENTER until after - (date/time)” you enter and open up unit to air a bit then u good to go! NOTE: your carpet cleaning service company will charge u a fortune for this service- It’s best if u go and rent the ozone machine for $35!
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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Jessica Gray Robinson
Honestly buy sprays made for marijuana! They sell them at smoke shops! You’d be surprised what they can do!
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
Gloria Starr Trosper
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Gloria Starr Trosper
Charcoal filters after you've done air duct cleaning.
Posted 4 days 2 hours ago
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TaiRae Richey
Get you some of this and I SWEAR on everything holy.....the smell will go away.
 
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I was going to say I'm sure the smoke shop would help you
Posted 4 days 1 hour ago
Sam Rodriguez
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Sam Rodriguez
I don’t believe weed smell stays like that but my suggestion would be as above, go to a smoke shop and get products specifically made to remove the odor. But I also second that it’s likely another unit smoking
Posted 4 days 1 hour ago
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I've used fresh coffee grounds with great success on various stubborn odors. Just put two or three open cans of ground coffee in the unit for about 3-5 days. Placing a can in the air vent return works best.
Posted 4 days 1 hour ago
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Don’t laugh… go get some break & bake cookies and use the oven. I’ve had apartments that were HORRIBLE and creating new smells made the old go away.
Posted 4 days 1 hour ago