Less humidity in the bathroom means a lower chance of mold!
Whenever you take a bath or shower, the bathroom almost immediately becomes humid. The windows and mirror fog up and everything is damp. This is completely normal, but you want to prevent the moisture from hanging around for too long. Thankfully, we have a few nifty tips to avoid this problem.
Your bathroom is a humid place, of course. You take showers or baths there daily which creates condensation. If your bathroom isn’t well ventilated (through either an open window or fan), mold can appear pretty quickly. You’ll notice this by the grey or black spots on your ceiling or between the bathroom tiles. These handy tips prevent the condensation from sticking around for too long and mold.
Continue on to the next page for 6 ridiculously simple tips for preventing mold in your bathroom!