How to Get a Pleasant Scent in the Bathroom Without Using an Air Freshener

    How to Get a Pleasant Scent in the Bathroom Without Using an Air Freshener

    How to Get a Pleasant Scent in the Bathroom Without Using an Air Freshener
    Tania
    3:22 PM EDT, September 3, 2022, updated: 6:02 PM EDT, September 6, 2022

    Every housewife knows that maintaining a constant pleasant smell in the bathroom is not an easy thing at all. Especially if you don't want to use an air freshener regularly. However, bathroom scent can be pleasant and there are many ways to do it.

    #1 Baking Soda Eliminates and Absorbs Bad Bathroom Odor

    When combined with hot water, it is great for cleaning just in terms of removing unpleasant odors. Many housewives find this simple remedy irreplaceable. Even soda alone, left in a bowl, effectively absorbs unpleasant odors, which is often used in the kitchen, such as in the refrigerator. But in the bathroom it will deal with bad odors in the same way. However, it should be replaced frequently with fresh ones.

    #2 The Magic Power of Water and Fabric Softener

    Make a mixture of water and fabric softener that has your favorite scent and pour it into a spray bottle. Then spray it on the towels you use most often. This will not only make them soft, but will always smell nice.

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    #3 Dry towels

    One of the most common causes of bad odors in the bathroom is wet towels. It's a good idea to dry them outside the bathroom after each major use, preferably in the sun, so they won't be a source of unpleasant odors.

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    Also, do not store washed towels in the bathroom. Set aside a place for them outside this room. The constant humidity in the bathroom will cause even freshly laundered towels to catch moisture and start smelling musty.

    #4 Aromatic Soaps Will Change the Smell in the Bathroom

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    Not only do they look good and can have practical uses, but they can also change the smell in your bathroom. All you have to do is take them out of the package and leave them in a few places in the bathroom.

    However, if you keep washed towels on a shelf or in a bathroom cabinet, put one such bar of soap between them.

    #5 Add Detergent to the Flush

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    This is a clever and simple way to flush the contents of the toilet with water that will smell nice, and the cistern itself will benefit as well. Even your favorite fabric softener will suffice. Alternatively, you can perforate a tube of strong-smelling menthol toothpaste with a needle or scissors blade and drop it into the cistern, specifically into the corner of the cistern, so that it doesn't block the cistern mechanism.

    #6 Bathroom Fragrance vs. Toilet Brush

    The toilet brush in almost every home is a significant source of odor for reasons that probably don't need to be explained. But it doesn't have to be that way - all you need to do is pour clean water into its reservoir and add some aromatic oil. Before that, it's good to soak her in toilet cleaner. This will also effectively kill germs and eliminate the bad smell.

    #7 Homemade Air Fresheners

    Recently it has become fashionable to prepare homemade air fresheners yourself. All you need for this is a nice bottle, sticks, water, alcohol and your favorite fragrance oil.

    Homemade air freshener spray recipe. It smells beautiful and disinfects!

    #8 Cleaning With Lemon

    Lemon not only contains citric acid, which has antibacterial properties. Cleaning ordinarily washed surfaces with it will not only increase brightness, but also give your bathroom a fresh scent.

    #9 Aromatic Oils Will Change the Smell in the Bathroom

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    You can place aromatic oils in specific places in the bathroom, the scent of which will be released when you perform ordinary daily activities.

    #10 Don’t Forget to Ventilate! This Will Guarantee a Fresh, Nice Smell in the Bathroom

    Every room is worth ventilating at least once a day, and the bathroom is no exception. Nothing can replace fresh air.

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