@OnionSoup@Rissa13 I disagree - these are great. We use them every day and take them on trips for hotel use (well, we used to…). Biggest mistake people make is they spray them in the air. They are supposed to be sprayed directly into the toilet before your, ahem, movement.
@MegaHenzoid I’m sure they’re great if no one your live with get migraines. These are huge triggers for many migraine suffers though.
Last encounter I had with this brand left me wanting to kill myself, in pain, for several hours… Ironically they came in an IRK and it was instant regret upon opening the box… Wham contents of one had leaked a little.
Someone used a competing spray, but same idea, at the office once and I had to get my wife to come pick me up, I couldn’t drive and was in intense pain. I was in an office about 30ft from the bathroom. I wasn’t the only one to go home sick because of migraine that day.
@MegaHenzoid it’s actually pretty common among migraine sufferers to be triggered by certain scents. Not everyone gets triggered by the same scent though… But air fresheners and pourri are very common with many people who get migraines because there are normally a lot of different scents mixed together to make those scents… And they tend to be strong. Other people get triggered by foods or light. Foods don’t trigger it in me but light can occasionally if I’m sensitive. (I’m always more sensitive to light and scents before a storm hits).
I can’t walk in shops like bath and body works because there is something in the air that triggers it. Sometimes women’s beauty aisles will trigger it. Department store perfume counters ALWAYS trigger it.
I’m not sure which flowers… But certain floral scents are big triggers. Rose is a common trigger with many people but roses don’t trigger me. I know lavender is safe with me too.
One trigger I know is cinnamon. The slightest smell of cinnamon will do me in… Which is sad because I love the flavor.
But always bathroom cover up scents and pourri. Never known one that hasn’t impacted me and Poo Pourri was the absolute worst I’ve ever encountered for migraines. The worst.
Perfectly fine if you have a household that doesn’t get migraines… But don’t use it in a shared office… Lol… You never know which co-workers you’ll be inflicting pain on.