Horrible Question

Churchlady

SilverBack
Ok, this is a horrible question to have to ask, but you guys would possibly know the answer.

I know the first thing you'll ask is Why? but hear me out...

How can one get the smell of cigar smoke off one's hands? I personally love the lingering after-effects, but my family does not.

Help??? :confused:
 

ChotaBoy

Newbie in the jungle
Find the nearest donkey and hope he needs to pee....:r
For real after I clean fish I always wash my hands with toothpaste. It can take the most horrible breath and make it plesant, so go figure. Try it it really works.:)

CB
 

MoTheMan

MoTheMentor
???

Hmm!

I try not to get too much smell on my hands. ONly get that problem if I (there I go again) dissect a cigar that I've already smoked. You can also try a combination of 1:1 Bakin Soda with Peroxide (1 tsp : 1 tsp) mixing it into a paste. It should gently bleach or Oxodize aromatic chemicals off the skin. I'll fess up that I do use it on my teeth about once a week to help clean off tobacco stains.

For what it's worth, hope this was of some help.

MoTheMan

P.S. I only piss on myself if I've been stung by a Sea Urchin or Jelly Fish
 

MADURO_MAS_DURO

Evolving Lead Gorilla
Just ignore or pretend you don't hear them. They'll eventually stop making such a big deal. :D

My question is how do you keep the cigar aroma off your clothes? Other than smoking in your birthday suit, my finger is the last worry I have, it's my clothes that suck up the after affects of a cigar. :D
 

robmcd

SilverBack
MADURO_MAS_DURO said:
Just ignore or pretend you don't hear them. They'll eventually stop making such a big deal. :D

My question is how do you keep the cigar aroma off your clothes? Other than smoking in your birthday suit, my finger is the last worry I have, it's my clothes that suck up the after affects of a cigar. :D

dude- this is why god made smoking jackets... if you smoke in cotton e.g., the odor will cling to it like a babe to a teat. good smoking jackets, however, are made out of silk.
 

linusvanpelt

ChestBeater
Oxyclean (and other oxygenated cleaners) work well on hands and clothes.

Orange Gunk (used by mechanics to remove grease) also works well on hands.
 

MoTheMan

MoTheMentor
Good idea

linusvanpelt,

Oxyclean!!

Good idea! Use it all thetime for all sorts of things. Should work well on "smelly hands" as well.

MoTheMan
 

relaxnsmoke

DymOnamic
5by50 is right, lemon or lime will knock it right out, the plastic lemon juice containers work almost as well as the real thing, just splash some on the fingers a couple of times, rub till dry, rinse, repeat, or leave on! Then wash your hands, that cigar odor is gone! A real slice of lemon works best, but lemon juice knocks out 95% of the odor.

Then when you ":fu" you won't send any offending scent's, leave that up to other body functions! :w
 

Brandon

Trout chaser
I usually just dip my hands in a bucket of Pinesol, then I rub them all over my head. Nobody ever says a word about the cigar odor. :D
 
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Four Aces

Guest
The cigar smoke smell is easy to get rid of.

Does anyone have a solution for herpes? :D

4A
 

seagarsmoker

cigars, coffee & cruises
Put some whole coffee beans in a bag, place hand in bag and shake around for a couple of minutes, then do other to other hand. Then you can wash your hands with soap/water and cigar smell should be gone.
 
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