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Old 11-25-2012, 09:48 PM   #11
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No, you can not say it comes from a smoke free home. We are severely allergic to cigarette smoke here and I can smell even the faintest of cigarette smoke.

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Old 11-26-2012, 06:57 AM   #12
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Re: Smoke free home

No, definitely not a smoke free home. It is not the same as someone walking past an item in a store, or picking up something from a shelf and laying it back down. Your DH lives in the house, and people that smoke carry that smell on every inch of their body. I guarantee you I could smell smoke in that house if I walked in, and on things that were sold from the house. I can not stand the smell of cig. smoke anywhere near my child.

Depending on the fabric, it doesn't always wash out easily and sometimes at all IME. DH's mom is a chain smoker and we often receive things that we have to trash or otherwise get rid of because it doesn't wash out on everything.
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Old 12-08-2012, 08:47 AM   #13
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Is it misleading to say smoke free home if you have a smoker in the house but they NEVER smoke in the house and take extra care not to get smoke inside? He doesn't smoke near the door and takes off jacket outside, washes hands and face as soon as he gets inside. So there's no possible way that smoke could get on any of my items. Do I explain that? It seems like a lot. Does smoke free home just mean that no one smokes inside?
for me personally smoke free home mean no smokers in the home not just no smoking in the home.
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