Bathroom Dehumidifier – unique moisture absorption.
Why would you need a bathroom dehumidifier?
The bathroom is associated with hygiene. Brushing teeth, flushing the toilet, running the bath or just taking a shower. We use a lot of water and a times leave the bathroom quite damp. It is this daily routine that is also the friend of mould. In a previous post we looked at mould prevention in the bathroom. It covers handy hints for steps that you can take to maintain a healthy bathroom.
We touched on the subject of ventilation. Most electric bathroom ventilators work quite well and go some way towards reducing humidity. The only problem is that the ventilators are often not working properly or placed in the wrong position. For an exhaust fan to perform at maximum efficiency, it’s vital that the exhaust fan has external airflow. The volume of air being exhausted by the fan must be matched by the air intake into the room. The best source is fresh air either from a window, vent or exterior wall. As most ventilators/exhaust fans are mounted in the ceiling, they are not that effective. They displace moist air into the ceiling where mould can be incubated as well. Beacon Lighting has some outstanding advice on exhaust fan placement.
You could just open the window but there are problems associated with this remedial action as well. Cold wintry weather, high external humidity, privacy and security concerns are just a few things that make this option impractical at times.
Our PINGI XL 450g Bathroom Dehumidifier.
- Non electric. Works safely, unattended and silently.
- Recharge in a microwave oven in minutes.
- Require no refilling and will not leak.
- Use hundreds of times.
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Regional Australian posts on dehumidifiers/moisture absorbers:
Use dehumidifiers/moisture absorbers for drying:
- Gun safes.
- Window Condensation.
- Pantry Food.
- Small rooms.
- Hanging in closets.
Very good information about problems with mould can be obtained from http://blackmold.awardspace.com/.