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Teenage Girl 23/01/19(Thu)01:03 No. 25482 ID: 53995c

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You know what's dumb? Opening the bathroom window while showering to "let the steam out" in winter. It's fucking dumb. Yet so many people think this way. Why is it dumb, you may ask? Because by letting cold air from outside you're generating even MORE steam. No, the moisture does not go anywhere, you dickless piece of shit, it just lingers, because as long as you're letting hot water mix with cold air, you'll keep generating fog. The cold air also cools the surfaces down causing all that condensation to stick to them. Can you guess what that leads to? Fungus. This should be common sense, but clearly that's too much for some people. This should be taught at schools.

In fact, why does the bathroom even have a window? The same reason hot and cold water comes out of separate taps, I guess; retarded, inbred forefathers.

Teenage Girl 23/01/19(Thu)17:23 No. 25484 ID: 5b8512

This is a very specific rant.

Teenage Girl 23/01/19(Thu)20:34 No. 25485 ID: d8e5de


Did not this.

I thought window in WC was after taking a real smelly dump, you'd open the window.

The+Red+Barron 23/01/22(Sun)10:21 No. 25487 ID: 7cb4c3


Fuck, he's right

Teenage Girl 23/01/28(Sat)20:46 No. 25501 ID: d5afbb

My bathroom has no window. It still has fungus. In fact, bathrooms with no window are more stuffy.

Teenage Girl 23/01/29(Sun)23:48 No. 25502 ID: 3e05e9

Yes it does. The hot humid air rises and goes out the top of the window while the cold (and also potentially humid, but not as humid as the hot steamy air) displaces by slipping in from the bottom of the window.

You may opt to open the window after the shower to allow the draft to blow the steam out from being stagnant, but this runs a substantial risk of simply causing the water vapor to condense all over the walls, and this can be an even worse danger for fungus and mold if it's cold out and you wind up just snapping all the vapor to the walls rather than casually diffusing within the dwelling.

Moral of the story: either get the window open beforehand to establish and maintain airflow or used forced ventilation with a fan. I live alone and always shower with the door open, so it's no big deal to me, and I also have leaky outside windows and doors to maintain the entire house as a chute, which I also enjoy for fresh air and avoiding any other kind of unsavory vapor accumulation. Fortunately, my heating costs are so low that I don't care if it's a bit drafty.

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