Opening a jar of top-shelf marijuana can fill the whole room with aromas ranging from a pine forest after the rain to citrus groves before harvest. But what if you would rather not smell it? There are so many products and tips to de-weed a room – from incense to filters to air fresheners. However, if the aroma comes from you, it would not really matter how you cover your tracks back home. Here are some quick tips to get the weed smell off you.
Tip #1: Store Your Weed Properly
One of the most effective ways to prevent yourself from smelling like cannabis is to securely store it so it does not make you or your space smell. Consider using airtight weed containers or smell-proof bags so the herb’s smell only fills the room if you are breaking up or smoking them. If you are travelling with cannabis, consider using a sensitive and smell-proof carrying case. You should have no trouble finding so many kinds of these containers in online marijuana shops and dispensaries.
Tip #2: Use Soap and Hand Sanitizer
Immediately deal with the smell of smoke on your fingers by thoroughly washing your hands with soap and water. If you have a fingernail scrub brush, apply soap on it and put it to work. After drying your hands, apply hand sanitiser to further mask the smell of smoke. If you are at home and the smell of cannabis smoke is stubborn, try washing your hands with baking soda. Wash your hands, put some soap with a teaspoon of baking soda on your hand and work it into a lather for about 30 seconds before rinsing it off.
Tip #3: Use Gum, Toothpaste or Perfume
Marijuana smoke can linger on the breath so make sure to brush your teeth after smoking if you can. Otherwise, have some strong mints or chewing gum on hand for those times when you cannot brush your teeth. Another good way to cover up the smell is to apply a few spritzes of deodorant, perfume or body spray. Do not overdo it, though, because you might end up smelling like a department store, especially if you are not one who usually wears perfume.
Tip #4: Use Fabric Softener or Febreze
If you cannot change your clothes after smoking, consider using a fabric deodorizer like Febreze which you can liberally spray over your clothes even when you are wearing them. Just like perfume, do not overdo it as well. Another quick fix is to rub a fabric softener sheet on your clothes if you are in a hurry.
Tip #5: Try Not to Smell Like Weed
Covering up the smell of weed in your body is easier if you manage how much you are exposed to, to begin with. If you are smoking at home, ensure that the space is well-ventilated. Open a window, turn on a fan and exhale as much smoke as you can out the window. After smoking, try not to stay too long in the same spot with the smoke. Remember that wet hair can soak up the smell of smoke, so give your washed hair a chance to dry out. If possible, put your hair up or wear a cap while you smoke.
Fortunately, for the most part, the smell of cannabis will not linger too long on your body or clothes. Still, this depends on what you are wearing. If you are wearing a thick sweater, a fur coat, or a hoodie, the smoke can linger longer compared to a shirt and jeans. Still, the smell should evaporate quickly from your body, hair and clothes mainly if you are outdoors in the sunlight.
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