We blogged about this last year and got a lot of good responses, but felt that it was a good time to bring it up again.
Since our office now has nine people sharing one bathroom, we have sensed a heightened care being taken with the natural odors, which is appreciated by all.
A rickety ceiling ventilator and a bottle of natural citrus mist.
And if you take to treat the problem, what route do you choose? AT:Los Angeles asked people about these air fresheners in another post last year.
We loved these suggestions from our post:
I've actually taken to brewing a cup of earl grey tea and leaving it on my desk, so that the bergamot is a sort of scent barrier. :)
~ posted by thesamanthafiles
My airfreshener is homemade - in a small, clear spray bottle, cheap vodka and a few drops of whatever essential oil I want. Really, really works!
~ posted by cara
I bought a product called "Just a Drop" as a gag gift for a friend who is really into the match technique for odor control. Turns out the stuff really works!!
You just put a drop in the toilet bowl first and it pretty much eliminates any resulting odors.
~ posted by Kathryn
Speaking of "courtesy flush", here's something similar to "Just a Drop".... It's called, "Courtesy Flush".
~ posted by btoddster