GETTING RID OF BOY BATHROOM STINK

Bathrooms odors are a common source of embarrassment. You can look into different methods to eliminate toilet odors, change your cleaning regimen, and make small changes to your bathroom routine.

NEUTRALIZE STINKY BOY BATHROOM SMELL WITH A HOMEMADE CLEANER!

Are you embarrassed about the smell of your bathroom? Do you pray that guests won’t want to use the bathroom when they come over? Are you worried that your son’s bad aim (especially if you have a lot of boys like we do) has ruined your bathroom forever?

(C) MyDomaine

(C) MyDomaine

After 11 years of parenting boys, here are our best tips for neutralizing boy bathroom smell! (And preventing it in the first place!)

Tip #1: If you can reserve a hall bathroom for guests that your boys don’t use – do it!

When we moved two and a half years ago, my plan was for the boys to exclusively use their own bathroom upstairs. Then we needed to potty train Owen, and it wasn’t reasonable to ask a 3 year old to run upstairs every time. If your house layout allows for a hall bath that your boys don’t touch, I think I’d go for it…

Tip #2: Involve your boys in cleaning the bathroom.

You are not a mean parent for asking your child to help scrub dried puddles of pee off the bathroom floor. Use your judgement of course, but if he has the ability to use the potty, he can pay attention and avoid messes. After one such scrubbing session at our house, the aim suddenly improved drastically. See the next tip for a safe cleaner to use.

Read more: https://frugalfun4boys.com/2014/12/15/getting-rid-boy-bathroom-stink

 

8 ways to conquer bathroom odors

Are you ready for a ridiculously easy way to freshen your bathroom without using toxic air fresheners? Bathrooms odors are a common source of embarrassment. You may want to cover up smells made by toilet use. You may also notice a musty, foul smell in your bathroom due to poor cleaning techniques. In either case, there are many options to keep your bathroom smelling fresh. You can look into different methods to eliminate toilet odors, change your cleaning regimen, and make small changes to your bathroom routine.”

8 Ways to Conquer Bathroom Odors

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In the small, damp confines of a bathroom, odors can quickly become overwhelming. But with just a few easy preventive measures, you can keep yours smelling fresh.

1. Let the air flow.

  Turn on the overhead fan, open a window, and leave the bathroom door open to make sure fresh air circulates, especially after a steamy shower. This will help freshen stale air and rid the room of humidity that could cause mildew to grow.

2. Treat towels well.

  Give them room to air out, so they don’t get that stale, musty smell. Don’t hang multiple damp towels together, and avoid hanging them from hooks on the backs of doors.

Try installing racks that are wide enough to spread towels out, so they can dry faster and more thoroughly. 

3. Add a scent.

  Use air fresheners or odor neutralizers to eliminate bad odors and keep the air smelling pleasant. Glade® Sense & Spray® Automatic Freshener is perfect for small spaces like the bathroom, because of its motion sensor technology. Place it near the entrance and it will automatically release a concentrated burst of fragrance when someone enters the room. And if one isn’t enough, you can hit the boost button anytime for an extra burst of freshness. Try Tough Odor Solutions Clear Springs® to add a clean, refreshing scent, while simultaneously eliminating the bad ones.

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