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Odors Away With Just Four Drops

Updated on September 6, 2016

Bacteria Causes Odor

Bacteria and fungi tend to grow in moist places like the bathroom. The fungi causes mold and mildew to grow, while the bacteria cause bad odors to stay behind longer. Aside from that, both fungi and bacteria cause a variety of diseases.

Cleaning up the bathroom involves using a disinfectant to kill the fungi and bacteria, and using air fresheners and air deodorizers to freshen up the air. However, we can not clean the bathroom every time someone uses it. Not only that, the worst odor from toilet use comes from taking a dump, and it tends to spread around and stay awhile.

The smell from feces is mainly caused by chemicals produced by the bacteria. Chemicals like indole, scatole and hydrogen sulfide can vary in intensity depending on the diet and the overall health condition of the person.

Diseases like Chrohn's Disease, liver disease, cystic fibrosis, and ulcerative colitis can cause unusually foul smelling feces. Added to the amount of medicine people who have these diseases take, the chemicals in feces increase in amount. Sufferers of these diseases also release more dead cells and bacteria as their immune systems fight the battle against the their sickness.

If a person is healthy, and still has extremely smelly poop, then the culprit of this may be found in one's diet. Eating spicy food can change the odor of one's feces. Depending on the frequency, spicy food also affects a person's sweat and body odor.

Eating food rich in artificial flavors and preservatives can also raise the bar in odor quality of one's feces. These chemicals can not be processed by the body, and they remain in the intestinal tract where bacteria reside. The same bacteria often leaves with the fecal matter whenever the person excretes.

Tips in Getting Rid of the Odor

The bad odor can dissipate quickly if the bathroom has good air ventilation. However, not all bathrooms have ventilation fans or wide windows that let the air inside circulate. The odor often stays behind, especially when the air is humid, such as when someone has used the shower. The odor particles stick to the moisture particles in the air.

To stop the odor from reaching the air, the source of the odor should be eliminated quickly. However, flushing the toilet during toilet use will not immediately prevent the smell from spreading. Aside from that, the water flowing into the water tank has to reach a certain level before you can flush the toilet again.

One way is to use odor eliminators. There are several toilet deodorizers, such as The Drops, that are available in the market. They come in small bottles of either 0.4 oz or 0.5 oz, which makes them handy companions for frequent travelers of all ages, gender and background - women, kids, men, students, office workers, and medical health professionals.

Another way is to change one's diet and to drink more water. Lessen the amount of meat and processed foods in your diet, and eat more fresh organic food, especially fruits and vegetables.

Vitamin supplements are alright as long as you do not overdo them. Try to get your nutrients through natural means, instead of relying on supplements. These supplements that the body does not process will only get flushed through your system either through urination or defecation.

Water makes up 60% of our body tissues and fluids. Water helps in flushing out toxins from our body through sweat, urine and feces. It also stabilizes our body heat and maintains good health, which is very important in keeping our systems clean.

There are other ways to freshen up the air while using the toilet. Home cleaning experts advised leaving matches and scented candles in the bathroom. Lighting a match and using a scented candle to perfume the air is sometimes effective.

However, not all bathrooms and toilets have candles and matches lying around. It is still better to bring something handy that can combat the odor, especially when traveling to places with ill-maintained public toilets.

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STEP 1: Add 3 or 4 of The Drops to the toilet bowl water immediately before using the toilet.STEP 2: The scientific formula of The Drops interacts with the toilet water and creates a barrier on the surface.STEP 3: The odor is trapped before the smell enters the air.STEP 4: The scent of Fresh Lavender  or Citrus Bubble fills the air as the odor is trapped beneath the barrier.
STEP 1: Add 3 or 4 of The Drops to the toilet bowl water immediately before using the toilet.
STEP 1: Add 3 or 4 of The Drops to the toilet bowl water immediately before using the toilet.
STEP 2: The scientific formula of The Drops interacts with the toilet water and creates a barrier on the surface.
STEP 2: The scientific formula of The Drops interacts with the toilet water and creates a barrier on the surface.
STEP 3: The odor is trapped before the smell enters the air.
STEP 3: The odor is trapped before the smell enters the air.
STEP 4: The scent of Fresh Lavender  or Citrus Bubble fills the air as the odor is trapped beneath the barrier.
STEP 4: The scent of Fresh Lavender or Citrus Bubble fills the air as the odor is trapped beneath the barrier.

How To Use An Odor Eliminator

If, after all the changes in diet and exercise, you still prefer to deter your natural odors from escaping, you have the choice to use other superficial means. One way is to use The Drops that stops the smell from reaching the air. This product is especially useful in places where flushing the toilet many times is not possible.

The Drops is easy to apply. Just follow the steps outlined below and you are good to go!

STEP 1: Add 3 or 4 of The Drops to the toilet bowl water immediately before using the toilet.

STEP 2: The scientific formula of The Drops interacts with the toilet water and creates a barrier on the surface.

STEP 3: The odor is trapped before the smell enters the air.

STEP 4: The scent of Fresh Lavender or Citrus Bubble fills the air as the odor is trapped beneath the barrier.

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