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How to Reduce Moisture on Bathroom WallsBy: Danny Lipford
I have two vent fans in my bathroom; and after a long, steamy shower, I’m still getting water and stains on my walls. How can I fix this problem? -Phil
You can’t expect prolonged exposure to a room full of steam not to condense on your bathroom walls, so start by cutting back on the length of your shower and lower the water temperature. A bathroom vent fan isn’t designed to remove all steam in a matter of seconds; so you have a confined space that’s filling with steam faster than one, or even two, fans can pump it out.
Here are some tips to improve the performance of your exhaust fan in removing moisture from the bathroom:
- Finally, make sure you purchase a good quality fan. Pry open the pocketbook and spend the cash to get a fan that will move enough air and last longer.
Good luck with your project,
- Not Your Old Bath Vent Fan (article)
- How to Replace a Bathroom Exhaust Vent Fan (video/article)
- How to Maintain a Bathroom Vent Fan (video)
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