The best tricks to eliminate bad smell in the bathroom

The bathrooms are usually one of the rooms in the houses where bad odors usually appear, in many cases due to the poor condition of the pipes, among others. Next, we are going to give you some tricks so that this space always smells good.

Sodium bicarbonate

In this section we have explained on numerous occasions the power of baking soda in cleaning the home. This time we will make a mixture of this product with white vinegar to clean the pipelines. The best way to do this is by pouring a couple of tablespoons of baking soda directly down the drain and then pouring in another couple of tablespoons of vinegar. After half an hour, let the water run.

We can make a version of this home remedy with boiling water. In that case, it would be to boil half a liter of water and add vinegar. We will introduce the bicarbonate in the pipe and then the mixture of boiling water and vinegar.

Baking soda helps us eliminate grease and dirt while vinegar fights against bacteria, germs and molds, therefore, this mixture can be a good remedy to eliminate the causes of bad odors.



The toilets They are another of the places where bad smell occurs. In this case, we will mix the bicarbonate with lemon juice. We will apply the resulting mixture on the toilet and after 20 minutes we will add white vinegar. Once it stops making bubbles, we will remove it with a damp cloth.


Another home remedy would be with a mixture of yeast and water. Leave it to act overnight and you will see how the bad smell will disappear.

Still smelling, what can it be?

There are times when the pipes are not well sealed and it can lead to unpleasant gas escapes. For its arrangement it is advisable to notify a professional.

The siphon is usually a stink spot. Remember that you should always have water to avoid bad smells. In addition, a lot of waste accumulates in it and it is recommended to clean it.

Likewise, there are areas of the pipes where water stagnates, forming bacteria and mold, so a regular cleaning may be the best remedy.

If you see that the smell persists and is not coming from the toilet or the pipes, it could be from the towels. Sometimes the humidity that accumulates in this type of object produces a bad smell. Therefore, frequent ventilation in the bathrooms, in addition to purifying the air, will help us avoid moisture concentrations that cause fungi and bacteria, as well as bad odor.

If with all this, the problem continues, it is best to have the help of a professional.