Using scented candles and an air purifier in the main room removed the rest of the odor, and my home smelled fresher than ever before
To help pay my way through HVAC trade school I started growing marijuana plants in my garage and my spare bedroom. I was not a major cannabis outlet, but I grew and sold enough to pay my expenses as I finished up my certification program. When I was done with school I kept on selling weed for a few months, because at this point it was easy money. The time came when I had to get serious about my career and move away from cannabis. After I sold the last of my plants and growing equipment, I turned all of my attention to the indoor air quality, because my home smelled like a pot field! Since I had just become certified in HVAC systems service and repair, I was well adept at handling this particular problem. Natural ventilation handled the worst of the harsh odors, and vastly improved the indoor air quality. The smokey smells of weed had also permeated the carpets and the drapes, which all needed to be cleaned by hand. Using scented candles and an air purifier in the main room removed the rest of the odor, and my home smelled fresher than ever before. It was only when the air quality was pure and crisp did I realize that I missed the smell of marijuana. My ductwork was so clean at this point that the air vents smell like Febreze! I know this air quality is better for my health, but I had to start smoking pot in the house just to make it smell nice.