Rooms with no air/ventilation

Alright lads and lasses.

How do you all deal with rooms where their is no air or ventilation. Had a few bathrooms recently with no windows and the humidity inside the rooms makes for hard work to get a nice finish. Feels as if the water is just sitting on the plaster and it goes greasy.
 

Mouldyoldspudgun

Well-Known Member
Alright lads and lasses.

How do you all deal with rooms where their is no air or ventilation. Had a few bathrooms recently with no windows and the humidity inside the rooms makes for hard work to get a nice finish. Feels as if the water is just sitting on the plaster and it goes greasy.
We tend to open all bedroom windows and doors to try to get some air in the room
 

Cockney1

Well-Known Member
Alright lads and lasses.

How do you all deal with rooms where their is no air or ventilation. Had a few bathrooms recently with no windows and the humidity inside the rooms makes for hard work to get a nice finish. Feels as if the water is just sitting on the plaster and it goes greasy.
 

tapit

Well-Known Member
Alright lads and lasses.

How do you all deal with rooms where their is no air or ventilation. Had a few bathrooms recently with no windows and the humidity inside the rooms makes for hard work to get a nice finish. Feels as if the water is just sitting on the plaster and it goes greasy.
Turn on extractor
 

Pam H

Member
Alright lads and lasses.

How do you all deal with rooms where their is no air or ventilation. Had a few bathrooms recently with no windows and the humidity inside the rooms makes for hard work to get a nice finish. Feels as if the water is just sitting on the plaster and it goes greasy.
Just open everything you can up and use a fan if you can. There's really not much else you can do is there? Unless you want to pay out a load of hard earned money on a dehumidifier.

I've honestly never found it a problem though.
 

H1ghQuolit

New Member
To continue, I want to say that we have a large bathroom, so we decided to install a small air conditioner there so that it creates the correct humidity in the bathroom. Fortunately, it worked. And the walls were dry. And so, for coming to this conclusion, we first consulted with the air conditioner repair servicing. Because we have a limited budget for additional purchases and we didn't want to waste money. We are very pleased that they gave us the right advice. And our problem with wet walls in the bathroom is solved. But I don't know for sure if there was another way out of this situation, such as making another vent in the wall.
 
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