Some men with Parkinson's disease have very poor aim when urinating. This can be a sensitive subject, such that asking the person with Parkinson's to implement one of these ideas is not an option (and neither is installing a urinal).
The result: a recurring puddle on the floor next to the toilet, that soaks into the grout. It's unpleasant to have to clean it every evening, and the smell doesn't really go away.
Apparently one can buy disposable floor mats for this purpose, and I ordered one to try, but
- they are very expensive. I am on a budget, and this will be a long-term problem so the cost will add up, and
- I would prefer something whose shape and size I can customize (the puddle is always in the same spot).
What can I put in that spot to make this recurring puddle less smelly and easier to clean without breaking the bank?