Do you have a fan in your bathroom? Most bathrooms do, and it actually serves an essential purpose.
There is usually a lot of humidity in the air in your bathroom. You can probably observe it collecting on your mirror, but that is not the only place where it goes. If that humid air isn’t removed, you could quickly get issues with water-related damage and mold. This is why you should make sure that your fan functions properly and that it vents the air outside the home. A common mistake in bathrooms is that the fan was installed with no plan on how to vent the air. This leads to a fan that dumps the humid air in crawlspaces or attics. While this might not seem like a big deal, you would soon face mold problems in those areas instead, and that can spread into your home.
If your bathroom fan gets clogged up with a lot of dust, you should make sure to clean it, just make sure that it is safely disconnected first so you won’t get hurt or electrocuted.

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