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unscented bathroom

Posted by lyvia (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 24, 12 at 10:34

Our downstairs powder room has a window that won't open, and no fan. My blind mother-in-law just doused it with febreze. I am allergic to scents in general and febreze in particular bothers me. (How did that get in there anyway? Maybe the previous plumbers? I threw it out.)

I ride horses, and own dogs, and a bit of natural stink doesn't bother me. The chemicals give me migraines with blinding auras.

Is there anything I can put in there, like a dummy air freshener, that would have no artificial scent but let people think they are "helping?"
Maybe a small wall fan filter thing?

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RE: unscented bathroom

I don't know if the chemicals in Zero Odor would bother you, but it might be worth looking into.

Here is a link that might be useful: Zero Odor

RE: unscented bathroom

I feel your pain. I am also allergic to artificial fragrances.

If you want something in a spray, look at places like whole foods. By the candes.

A local Kansas City company called Zum makes sprays with essential oils that you may be able to tolerate.

Or go low tech and set out a pretty silver dish, with a book of matches.

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