The solution is so simple. I don’t know why I didn’t think of it before. A working window in the bathroom is ideal, but a luxury for most. Those of us with interior bathrooms or those blessed with glass exposure, but not openable windows must devise a strategy for airing out the bathroom. Overhead exhaust fans don’t really cut it. Especially if you are trying to air out a really steamy room after a nice hot shower. I put an antique-style fan in my bathroom and love how it clears the steam, odors, and heat efficiently. Air movement discourages the growth of mildew and mold, and the white noise provides a nice privacy buffer. Getcha a wind machine, girl.
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