Combat Smoke Odors
If you’ve ever tried getting smoke out of a room (and I just mean something like cigar smoke), then you know how difficult it can be. Vinegar only masks it, and not with a good smell–unless you love pickles!
A lot of my clients own smoke free-hotels. Which simply means, smokers aren’t “supposed” to smoke there, and in some cases, aren’t even allowed to stay there if they identify themselves as such.
As a matter of fact, many smoke-free establishments will insist that smoking is not a problem in their business, naively stating this to be the case simply because “smoking is not allowed.”
But…if you have ever stayed in a “smoke-free” hotel room, than you know… people really do smoke in them. And the evidence is not hard to find…(whiff).
Smoke-free establishments, particularly hotel owners are very aware of this, though they never admit to it. (How can they? Their livelihood depends on affirming fiction).
But even though they won’t tell you this (not like you don’t know already) I hear about it constantly. Confessions to things like:
Running an ionic air filter for hours, trying to clear the air.
Using refresheners to mask the odor
Having to wash walls, yellow with smoke buildup.
And these “smoke- free” facility secrets are typical!
Think about it…what would happen if the word got out that their establishment regularly housed people who smoke freely? Why, their reputation would be toast.
The simple truth is, these smoke-free hotels and motels simply cannot afford to have any lingering cigarette smell period.
That’s why Combat Smoke Eliminator is one of my best sellers. Hotel housekeeping staff order this by the case. Not that it takes much per application; two ounces is all you’ll ever need to rid a room of lingering cigarette and cigar odors.
Combat is sold by the case, but we do sell a lot of it, so before we’re sold out, give me a call, Eric Melin at extension 1060.
That’s Eric Melin at 1-800-451-0726 extension 1060. I look forward to serving you.