Those who know me know that I am an idea guy. Think of the Michael Keaton character in the movie Night Shift: "Feed mayonnaise to tuna fish." — get tuna salad fresh off the hook.
I have noticed that each time I run the dishwasher: I add the dirty dishes, add the dishwasher soap, and run it. The same is not true for the rinsing agent (e.g., Jet Dry). I don't have to add that for each run because the dishwasher has a built-in dispenser that doles out just the right amount for each load of dishes. I only add the rinsing agent once in a blue moon when the dispenser is empty.
The other day I saw this Facebook ad:
This is a real product, Poo-Pourri, not an April Fool's joke. Let me Google that for you. The way this product is advertised, a woman is supposed to keep a bottle of it in her purse, pull it out, and spray one spritz into the bowl before doing her business. The product creates a layer of oil that floats on the surface of the water and prevents odors from leaving after she drops a deuce in the bowl.
If that is the case, why not build a toilet that has a built-in Poo-Pourri dispenser that doles out the right amount after each flush? The way the product works now, it is like dishwasher soap. I want it to work like a rinsing agent. This was billed as a product for women, but men would also benefit — especially after an afternoon of watching March Madness while eating chili.
Since men don't carry purses, putting it in the toilet doubles the market for the product. Boom! You're welcome. Now if someone wants to take Autodesk Fusion 360 and design a fillable vessel that is connected to the toilet handle. Like I said, I'm an idea guy...
The scent of a woman is not alive in the lab.