Asked on Jun 02, 2019

How does shaving cream remove urine odor in bathroom?

by Evette

  3 answers
  • William William on Jun 02, 2019

    It doesn't. It's just foamed up scented soap. It can clean blood, urine, feces from most any surface. Once the surface is cleaned the odor is gone. Does the same as any foaming cleaner like Scrubbing Bubbles. Just another online "hack" that was misinterpreted. Now people in the UK and Australia are slathering their bathrooms with shaving cream and someone out there is laughing their butts off. How about we try to swallow a tablespoon of cinnamon, put hot sauce in our eyes, and suck condoms through our noses while spraying shave cream all over our bathrooms.

    • Marsha Hamilton Marsha Hamilton on Apr 17, 2020

      OMG I have been hiding that smell forever in shaving cream is all it took you guys are amazing

  • Deb K Deb K on Jun 02, 2019

    Hi Evette, this may explain it

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Jun 02, 2019

    The water and alcohol in shaving cream helps remove all of the urine, whether you wipe or mop it up. But the artificial scents in the product helps remove other odors by absorbing them within the cream that is used as a cleaning product and wiped away, and leaving a small amount of the scented cream behind on the floor, tile, trash can, toilet brush holder, walls, baseboards, and other places it has been used. I have used very inexpensive shaving creams to polish porcelain and mirrors. Like Barbasol, which has fewer extra creamy or soapy ingredients, and more water and alcohol, but still smells fresh. I hope you like the results. Jewell