Many people suffer from allergies due to household mold. Keeping mold out of your home’s air is important. The damp environment of a bathroom can promote mold growth. You can reduce mold by ventilating the steamy air from your shower with an exhaust fan. Make sure to let the exhaust fan run long enough, about twenty minutes, to clear the air.
Also, a well-lit bathroom will have less mold since mold prefers to grow in dark spaces. Clear glass doors help light reach your tiled surround more so than opaque curtains do.
Since glass shower doors are much easier to keep clean than cloth or plastic shower curtains, this can also reduce the amount of mold present in your bathroom. Mold sticks to fabric surfaces more than it does to glass. Glass is easy to clean with a spray of cleaner and a quick wipe with a microfiber cloth. Make an eco-friendly cleaner with 1/2 cup of hot water and 1/2 cup of white vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray it on your shower door and seal and let sit for up to 15 minutes. Damp, soggy shower curtains provide an ideal breeding ground for mold.
So, there you have it, improve the air quality in your bathroom and enhance the way it looks and functions with glass shower doors.
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