When I was unable to stomach the strong scent of Pine Sol during my last two pregnancies, I soaked cotton balls in pure vanilla extract (squeezed out the excess), and placed strategically around the house during "cleaning" time. I had read a long time ago that this absorbs the chemical-ly smell of paint when painting, so I thought I would try it, and it really worked to help temper the strength of the scent so it was tolerable to me. Is there any way to harness the Chemical smell masking power of vanilla without creating a horribly strong vanilla scented vanilla cleaner? I have always admired the "Powerful Smell Of Clean", but I am sure that the scientists can come up with some milder scents (while keeping the cleaning power!) for the sensitive sniffer set?
OH...EVEN better yet-- What about creating some limited edition (seasonal) scents and/or fusion scents?
"White" Pine, Cinnamon/Pine, Melon/Cucumber , Melon/Mint, Lemongrass(or Lemon)/Mint, Pink Grapefruit ---you get the drift. I think scents like these would ALSO translate VERY well into the earlier mentioned "WIPES" idea. I also believe that scents like these are VERY relevant ("Method" brand, anyone?) to a growing number of consumers.