Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Is it permissible to disinfect a toilet on Shabbat with a scented substance?

It is permissible to know how many rulings there are since the purpose of the smell is to convey the bad smell and not exactly to give rise to a good smell.
Sources: Shalat Yabetz 16 C. Mev and Arhot Shabbat PTO 15 Note 16 in the name of the Garnak, however the Gershza in Shulchan Shlomo C. Taki in the margin of the page letter 16 20 it is good not to put the soap in water because of birth Rih, and you can trust the lenient ones like the IABZ, in particular that the Gershza did not mention a prohibition in his words.
And it should also be added to this in the Rose Garden Shu'at, based on what was taken as allowing perfumed water to be put on the hands because it passes quickly due to sweat, and was also brought up in Manchii 66, 30, and 46 in the Nidd in the toilet that the smell passes quickly, Even though there was room for some in the toilet to transfer the smell from inaction, a handshake, but not the most numerous are the ones that allow it.
And in the case that he says that he enjoys the good smell, he does not forbid smelling it because he has a taste for why he preferred to do it precisely in the toilet and not somewhere else, because there is a bad smell there, and after all, his main intention is to convey the bad smell.

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