Both smokers and non-smokers at risk of developing various diseases caused by cigarette residue, whether it's from sucking, digesting, or even touch it.
As reported by Mother Nature Network, cigarette residue which reacts with nitric acid to create the 11 carcinogens (cancer-causing) harmful, including arsenic, carbon monoxide, and hydrogen cyanide.
Nonetheless, because research on cigarette residue was performed, adverse effects on health in the long term remains uncertain.
Clean up cigarette residue clearly takes time, effort, and cost is not small. However, there are several ways you can do to clean up cigarette residue inside the house.
- Clean the walls with hot water that has been mixed with detergent.
- Painting the wall with three layers of paint.
- Replace the carpet in the house.
- Wiping all the objects in the house, because not only is cigarette residue on the walls and floor only.