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How to clean vape residue from furniture

How to clean vape residue from furniture

It is well-known that smoking generates residues that get deposited on furniture, curtains, rugs, walls, and everything else you may have inside the house. So, if you used to smoke inside, you probably know what we are talking about. But what about vaping? Will you have to deal with the same residue deposits on furniture if you vape instead of smoking? We will take a look at this matter closer, so pay attention to the details presented below and find out all about it.

While it is true that vaping produces vapors and not smoke, vapors are, in their own turn, a form of airborne particles. Just think about the vapors generated by cooking. In the kitchen, when you cook, you probably noticed that the surfaces in the proximity of your stove tend to get stickier in time. If you have suspended cabinets close to the stove, you will notice a layer of residue forming on the surface of the furniture. Well, the same happens in the case of vaping. The vape pen produces vapors that we inhale and exhale. When we exhale the vapors, they end up in the air that flows around the room. So, these tiny particles will get carried away around the room, settling on any surface they come across, eventually.

The difference between the vape residue and cigarette residue is that vape residue has a clearer color. This is due to the fact that this type of residue is made out of glycerin. So, it is clear yet rather oily. Ideally, you should not allow this type of residue to accumulate too much on the surfaces around the house, as they can get difficult to clean. The cleaning difficulty of vape residue depends very much on the type of surface you’re dealing with. When dealing with surfaces that are not porous, a mixture of water and vinegar will do the trick. Just use a clean and soft cloth with this particular substance and wipe the affected areas. In case you have to clean glass, a spray containing alcohol will remove this residue with ease.

Ideally, you should clean these surfaces rather often, to prevent vape residue build-ups. If you do so, your task will not be that challenging. If you don’t, dust particles, hair, and other types of debris will get stuck on this sticky residue and your furniture and glass surfaces will start to look bad. Not to mention that a thicker layer of residue is much harder to clean. So, if you enjoying vaping indoors, you will have to have an adequate cleaning process. This includes furniture, glass surface, carpets, floors, and even walls. The tiny residue particles can stick to anything, so you will notice the effects of this process in time if you don’t clean it out. Or you can limit the time you vape inside the house and try vaping more outside, where these residues won’t do that much damage. But again, a good cleaning routine will have your home furniture looking fresh at all times and your house will be clean and welcoming around the clock.

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