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If there’s one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that no one likes a stinky bathroom. That’s a pretty solid fact. But by definition and human nature, it’s something that we’ve all experienced.

You don’t need to break out your laptop to search “how to keep your toilet smelling fresh” in order to come up with a few possible solutions. You might be contemplating essential oils and diffusers, but we’d venture to say that most people have some type of spray air freshener stashed underneath their bathroom vanity or sitting on the toilet itself.

Air fresheners can mask stinky odors, but there’s a bigger question lurking behind the quick spray of an air freshener: are air freshener sprays harmful? Let’s take a look.

A 2006 study by The National Institutes of Health found that dichlorobenzene, a common chemical compound present in many air fresheners and toilet bowl cleaners, can impact lung and respiratory function. The study noted that exposure to this compound, especially indoors, showed a negative effect on respiratory function over time. They even found increased levels of dichlorobenzene in the blood of study participants.

All of this to say: when it comes to air fresheners and toilet bowl cleaners, beware!

Most of us minimize exposure to harmful substances as much as possible. Just think about your last beach vacation. You probably slathered on plenty of sunscreen in order to protect yourself from the sun’s rays, right?

Now you probably don’t typically equate fun in the sun with bathroom cleanliness, but bear with us for a minute. If you know that something has a potentially harmful effect on your and your family’s health, you’d want to do something about it, right?

The good news is that you’re not stuck with just air fresheners, diffusers, or the good old light a match method when it comes to bad bathroom odor. You have the JonEvac toilet seat ventilation system! The JonEvac system doesn’t just keep your toilet and bathroom smelling fresh—it actually sanitizes the air in your bathroom.

The patented JonEvac toilet seat ventilation system takes disgusting odor, along with microscopic fecal and urine bacteria, and traps it before it ever leaves the toilet bowl. Our charcoal filtration system provides a sanitizing, deodorizing, and overall cleanliness approach to bathroom sanitation.

The best part is that once you’ve installed our easy-to-use and set up JonEvac toilet seat ventilation system, all you have to do is turn it on and let it go to work! We know you want a clean and odor-free bathroom, so why not try the JonEvac toilet ventilation system? Our system can keep your toilet and your whole bathroom not just smelling fresh, but actually clean and sanitized. We think you’ll agree: when you use JonEvac on your current toilet, it’s like no one was there!

Check out our website for more information about how the JonEvac toilet seat ventilation system works, including informational videos about installation. Still have questions? We’ve got answers! Give us a call and we’d be happy to talk you through how to get a fresher, cleaner, and better bathroom with the JonEvac toilet seat ventilation system.

*NIH study referenced above.


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