A hilarious video from Poo Pourri has gone viral on the Internet. Poo Pourri is an original, irreverent brand that has developed a line of bathroom sprays you use before you go.
The video starring Bethany Woodruff, who sells the oddball product sitting on commode, has attracted over 10,000 views in just hours.
The all-natural blend of essential oils creates a barrier that prevents embarrassing odors from ever escaping the throne. The manufacturer is so confident that they offer a 30-day unconditional money back guarantee.
Founder & CEO Suzy Batiz formulated Poo Pourri based on her background in aromatherapy, and was personally propelled by the fact that she has a husband and two boys.
We’re not talking sprays like Glade, which mask smells after the damage is done. Instead, you spray this product into the toilet before you go, and a mix of essential oils create a film on the surface that traps offending odors before they escape.
Batiz launched the company in 2007 and whiffed out $1 million in first-year revenue – a figure that has soared to at least $15 million this year, mostly from women 40-to 60-years-old. With product names like Déja Poo, Royal Flush and PU University, Poo Pourri’s brand positioning has always been built around a promise that this is a before-you-go spray that saves you from embarrassment in a fun, lively way.
The website claims Poo-Pourri is a blend of essential oils that virtually eliminates bathroom odors, and the tagline read, Spritz the bowl before you go, and no one else will ever know. Here’s the YouTube link of the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKLnhuzh9uY.