We have several members who use the library and are smokers.
I have asthma which is triggered by my allergies. I am highly sensitive to smoke of any kind.
What do you recommend to get rid of smoke odors in books.
I've tried drier sheets in a zip lock bag, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
I started to direct you to a site "Things to make and do" that describes a home made ozone generator, but decided you didn't want to work with high volt projects.
A google for "smoke removal" gave a pointer to:
Google is a good friend. Find the magnifying glass and type your questions.
Thanks for helping me with this.
Kimberly: In no way was I intending to suggest that ozone be used to remove smoke odors. Google ozone dangers and leave its use to those trained in its use.
Do not try OZONE!
Just recently I was posting in big letters to stay away from ozone.
Now today, I am suggesting trying the Amazon $20 battery operated O3 generator. It's claims only 2 mg per hour ozone production, compared 1000 mg/hr for large units, so I don't think there are health problems. I'd suggest a plastic box with air tight lid. Fan the book and place in the box with the gadget.
Whatever you try keep us posted as to results.