16 Shocking Photos That Show The Difference Between Smokers And Non-Smokers

1."The ceiling of the Da Nang Airport in Vietnam. Here's the tiles of smoking section vs. the non-smoking section."

Different-colored ceiling tiles


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2."A non-smoker's remote vs. a smoker's remote."

Two different-colored remotes

3."Smoker vs. non-smoker window blinds."

Different-colored window blinds

4."Cleaning a chandelier from a smoker’s home. I already cleaned the bottom part so you can see the difference."

A chandelier mid-cleaning

5."Two glasses from a smoker's house. I washed one of them."

A clean vs. dirty glass

6."Friendly air filter replacement reminder. Here's what a smoker's air filter looks like after only one month."

A dirty vs clean air filter

7."The same trees and same pots, except one has cigarette butts as mulch."

A planter with cigarette butts

8."I work in the service industry and wear a glove whenever I go on a smoke break to stop my hands from smelling."

a clean vs. dirty glove

9."This poor outlet."

a dirty wall outlet

10."My friend is a car detailer and wet-vacuumed the roof of a customer's car who was a smoker."

a dirty car ceiling

11."My tenant would smoke inside. Here's what the top of her kitchen cabinets looked like when I took them down."

dirty cabinets

12."This is what 10 years of heavy smoking did to my grandma’s carpet."

A very dirty carpet

13."The difference between a keyboard that was used for years and a brand new one."

a clean vs. dirty keyboard

14."Cleaned the seat belts of my grandpa's car. Definitely worth it."

before and after a seatbelt was cleaned


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15."A smoker's PC. The fan was originally white, and the whole thing is covered in dust and tar. It smells awful."

a dirty computer


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And finally...

16."Here's what cigarette smoke does to a wall over time."

Stains on a wall

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