Apparently this isn't a joke though, but a real product.
What this product does, apparently, is to reduce the smell of your bathroom odors by either dumping some of the product into the toilet bowl before or after you go number two. It is supposed to make it not noticeable that you just used the bathroom.
The slogan on the packaging says: "Erase embarrassing toilet odors."
I have not personally used Clorox Toilet Mint, but it was such a new idea I just had to put something up about it here on the site. I would love to hear from others sharing what you think about it, pro or con, if you've used it. You can click here to share your review.
In addition, I'd love to hear where you've seen it for sale, and in what aisle of the store? With the toilet bowl cleaners or with the air fresheners? Just wondering, since I've personally not seen it in a store yet.
I ordered it...it's great, really great!! I want some more.
But now the website is gone, there is nothing on the Clorox site about it, and the contact number goes straight to a guy named "Patrick".
I hope I haven't been putting something dangerous in my toilet.
If you find it, buy it.
Thanks for your review Paige. I haven't been able to find an online source for this product either, and I mean no where. It is strange.
Who else has used this toilet air freshener and found a place where you can buy it, either online or in a store?
***Update: I have not seen this product in stores, nor do I find it available for sale online, which makes me think it was an experiment from the company that was then abandoned.
However, if you're looking for a product that does something similar I've now received a review of Poo Pourri spray which is a toilet freshener using essential oils, and which comes in a wide variety of scents. Come check it out! ***End Update
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