How Long to Leave the Bathroom Fan on After a Shower
Posted on April 03, 2019
Posted in General
Bathroom fans serve two primary purposes, to remove odors, and to extract warm, moist air from the bathroom, the latter being the more important of the two. After taking a long, hot shower, your bathroom will be filled with warm, moist air that can not only cause damage to the surfaces and fixtures in your bathroom, but also encourages mold growth. However, by turning on the bathroom fan, you can draw out the moisture from your bathroom, reducing the chances of causing any damage. But how long should you leave the bathroom fan on for? Well, depending on the size of your bathroom, the time may vary a little, but the general consensus is that leaving the fan running for about 20 minutes after a shower is long enough to remove the moisture from your bathroom.
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