How to hide smell of marijuana

How to hide smell of marijuana

Cover up the smell of marijuana.

Incense: Try a natural aroma if you don’t want to be too obvious that you are trying to cover up the scent of weed. If you burn incense before smoking, you can prevent the marijuana smell from taking over.

Bonus: Incense smoke may act as a camouflage if there is cannabis smoke still lingering in the air.

Many stoners have tried to hide the smell of cannabis with this DIY method for decades. Just wrap a fragrant dryer sheet over a cardboard toilet paper or paper towel tube, holding it in place with a rubber band, and exhale your smoke through the tube, so it essentially turns into a cloud of fresh laundry scented goodness. You can also tuck these dryer sheets around your bed and in your dresser drawers or closets so that your clothes don’t smell as conspicuous.

If you personally don’t want to smell like weed, take a shower, wash your hair, put on some fresh clothes, and brush your teeth before heading to your destination. In a pinch, chewing some gum and applying some eye drops can help make your cannabis use more discreet. Remember that medical marijuana usage is legal in more states than recreational marijuana, so if you’re going to a job interview, take a valid medical marijuana card in case you receive any questions from your prospective employer.

Use scented candles. Use a scented, fragrant soap and warm water. Use a lot of soap and wash your hands thoroughly. Be sure to scrub all parts of your hands and even up to your elbows, just to be extra careful. If you don't have access to hand soap, any type of body wash or even shampoo should do the trick.

There are special lines of “smoke clearing” candles available online and in retail stores, including your local smoke shop. These are specially formulated to burn for hours, and are made of non-toxic ingredients. Most of the time, the scent is very light. This helps avoid strong, cloying smells, as if you’ve sprayed a bunch of room deodorizer on top of stale smoke—but if you buy cheap candles, that’s the exact effect you’ll get.

If you don’t have any candles, incense, or essential oils lying around, try cooking something with a strong aroma instead. Garlic, onion, and fish are well-known for their strong smell. You could also pop a batch of something yummy in the oven. While a burnt smell might work for covering the scent of weed, you really don’t want to burn your cooking because you’ll end up with a smell that’s worse than the one you had at the start!

Buy air fresheners. One of the most classic ways of masking the smell of your smoke is to use laundry sheets as an inexpensive air freshener. Place them around the room, tape them to a running fan, and maybe even place them over your air conditioning vents. Your room will smell fresh in no time.

This sounds like an obvious tip, but it’s worth repeating: you should keep the air moving wherever you choose to smoke. It’ll help keep the smoke and smell from settling into your clothes, furniture, and more. You can open your windows to ensure proper circulation, but if you want to avoid bothering your neighbors consider a fan or air purifier.

One option is the bladeless air multiplier from Dyson, which is sleek and noiseless although any fan will do. If you want to go the filter route, try the Medify air filter which boasts HEPA filtration that’ll get your air clean in record time. Alternatively, head out to the garden. If you live in a sunny region, make the most of the vitamin D and sit among your garden plants. If you’re dealing with a cold snap, sheds and outhouses provide great refuge and will prevent you from stinking out your home.

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