Help! How Can I Control the Moisture In My Bathroom?

Help! How Can I Control the Moisture In My Bathroom?

Cambria Bold
Sep 29, 2010

Q: I have issues with moisture in my bathroom after a shower. There is an exhaust fan, but it doesn't work after my landlord turned it off due to the horrible rattling. There is also no window in the bathroom as I live in a building of about 26 flats or so and the bathroom is in the rear of the flat. What can I do to stop the moisture building up? I quite frequently have asthma issues and so mold and its companions are a big problem. HELP!

Sent by Elizabeth

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