5 Ways to Make a Stinky Bathroom Smell Nice

Your holiday guests will thank you.

To save yourself and your own guests from feeling uncomfortable, it’s polite to leave out a fragrance spray or deodorizer. Here are five options that will do the trick. Potential embarrassment averted.

Secret Santa Claus Christmas Poo Pourri Bathroom Spray

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This smart spray has quickly become popular in bathrooms across the country for one good reason: it starts working before, rather than trying to cover up smells after the fact. Just spritz the bowl, and no one will ever know.

To buy: $14; amazon.com.


Strike It Up Match Striker

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Striking a match may the old-fashioned way of freshening up a bathroom, but it’s a method that stands the test of time. Get a match striker that’s stylish enough to leave out on the top of the toilet tank, so guests will be sure to spot it.

To buy: $28; uncommongoods.com.


Just a Drop Natural Toilet Odor Eliminator

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This option has a fresh, minty eucalyptus scent, so your bathroom will instantly smell like a spa. Plus, the small size of the bottle lets you discreetly stash it in your purse so you can bring it along to Christmas dinner.

To buy: $9; amazon.com.



Mask Bathroom Spray

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This well-designed spray is tiny enough to take with you on the go. When you spritz the toilet water, this spray creates a film on the surface that traps odors in the bowl.

To buy: $9; amazon.com.


Bad Air Sponge

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While this deodorizing sponge won’t work instantly, it will help to neutralize long-lasting odors over time. Musty towel smell doesn’t stand a chance.

To buy: $18; amazon.com.