Determine the bathroom odour
Finding out what is creating the stench and where it is coming from is your top priority. Does the smell have a stale, little sting to it? Fungus and mould, which are prevalent in moist places, are the cause of musty odours. Because there is always a water supply in the bathroom and many bathrooms are not properly ventilated to allow all of the moisture to drain, the bathroom is a haven for fungus.
You may have a problem that fragrance cannot solve if your bathroom smells like rotten eggs or sewage or if the scent persists even after cleaning. That sewer odour could be sewer gas, which could require a quick fix or a more involved one. Even though the stench rarely puts you in risk, address it right away to get rid of it.
Look for hidden sources of mould and mildew, such as on the bottom edge or in the folds of a shower curtain and liner, if your bathroom has a musty odour. Never overlook cleaning the interior of a closed toothbrush holder. Check for clogged drains as these might emit odours as a result of amassing mould and mildew.
Create a Plan
Now that you have identified the issue, it is time to provide a solution! Ventilation is a wonderful place to begin. Let fresh air in by opening every window. Turn on the exhaust and ceiling fans. Some of the stenches you'll encounter at work will be lessened. Use of scented items, such as air fresheners or candles, should be avoided as they will only exacerbate the issue.