When you have just painted a room, you will quickly notice that there is a lingering paint odor that stays behind for days. This is caused by the ingredients used to create the paint, and it can sometimes be difficult to remove when you use the incorrect odor-removal routine. To get rid of this paint smell, it is important to incorporate an odor-removal routine that will dissipate the odor and return your home to its odor-free condition.
Open all of the windows in the room after painting, which allows the room to air out naturally.
Place a fan in the middle of the room, point it toward a window, and turn it on medium speed. This will push the air and odor out the window, removing the paint smell from the room.
Sit three slices of white bread on a plate, and saturate the bread with white vinegar. Sit the plate in the middle of your room, and let it sit overnight. If you have a large room, you can sit several of these plates throughout the room.
Repeat the process the following day if any paint smell remains.