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    Do any small air purifiers remove tobacco odor?

    Trying not to go the route of an air freshener, but my pipes and accessories are making a room have a tobacco odor.

    I don't smoke in the house but am getting a tobacco odor in the living room.

    Any suggestions other than taking the whole shebang into the garage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyrite View Post
    Trying not to go the route of an air freshener, but my pipes and accessories are making a room have a tobacco odor.

    I don't smoke in the house but am getting a tobacco odor in the living room.

    Any suggestions other than taking the whole shebang into the garage?
    Just a a couple of questions to help clarify: If you are not smoking in the house, why is there a tobacco smell in the living room. Do you keep your pipes in the living room?
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    After all of the statistics and reports are finished with, I've come to the conclusion that the only real danger of smoking a pipe is being interrupted.

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    Do any small air purifiers remove tobacco odor?

    I know what ya mean, I donít smoke indoors but my pipe collection puts off an odor that my wife does not like. We got some kind of plasma air purifier that installs in the ac unit so it purifies the entire house. I havenít really noticed the difference but my wife seems happy so there ya go! I researched it and itís actually very legit. What ever ya do, donít move your pipes out to the garage.
    Last edited by Hawky454; 10-30-2017 at 23:40.

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    Actually, I ...did.... put the pipes and stuff in the garage.
    Then we went to Tuesday Morning and picked up a hinged lid box and I put the stuff in there with an open box of baking soda and it

    .....SEEMS......


    to be working well.

    The odor is the pipes themselves. Cold and stinky. In the box they're contained and I put the box right back on the shelf where I kept the OPEN box of junk.

    So far, so good.

    ?????

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