@hchavers I don’t recommend pooping in the kitchen. Unless it’s some kind of tiny house/Tokyo apartment/prison cell situation and your kitchen is appropriately equipped. Then I guess it would work out ok.
@hchavers These are oily sprays meant to be sprayed into the toilet. I would think a spray hitting the floor once in a while wouldn’t be a big deal but if it was too much you might be slippin’ and a slidin’.
@hchavers yes, to seriously answer and echo what @Dakini said, the science behind these is that they are oils that form a layer over the surface of the water, and release their aromatic compounds when the placid surface of the water is disturbed by that meatball sub you had for lunch or those nachos that seemed like a good idea at 11pm, and then again when you flush.
If you’re dropping floaters, my theory is hopefully they get dunked and sufficiently coated. If the ordure snakes around the bowl and only partially enters the water, you’re in trouble. And if it launches you airborne and splatters the walls, all bets are off. Anything outside the bowl is clearly out of scope.
They aren’t like an aerosol spray that hangs around a room after you spray. I don’t see a practical good fit for the kitchen. They’re kind of a single purpose substance.
Dumb product- waste of money. Use an “air freshener,” scented candle, or exhaust fan. Or stop eating grotesque fast “food” and your poop will stink less. Or, just deal with the temporary scent of the result of normal bodily functions. An exquisitely absurd First World problem…
@MrNews honestly this stuff works much better at containing the smell in the toilet bowl than air fresheners do. I work in a small office with a shared bathroom in the office, and those with desks closer to the bathroom much prefer this stuff to the standard Febreze or similar products. Can’t always control what comes out, but this stuff helps prevent others from suffering from your mistakes!
These all smell almost identical, like pure citronella. The exception is Sweet Violet which smells like citronella with a slight hint of vomit… Wondering if that means they are really old. 2 of mine came in boxes, one came sealed in plastic and two with no seals at all.
With that said, the scent once sprayed isn’t overwhelming like the cheap sprays that instead of masking the poo stink simply smell like poo and perfume making the restroom air completely un-breathable. The scent is light and the product actually seems to suffocate the poo stink before it hits the air.