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This particular bathroom exhaust fan housing is made of some plastic material.  It broke up very easily for removal.

This particular bathroom exhaust fan housing is made of some plastic material. It broke up very easily for removal.

How to install a bathroom fan. The right way. You know. NOT the way they actually did it in my house.

How to Install a Bathroom Fan

How to install a bathroom fan. The right way. You know. NOT the way they actually did it in my house.

Yes, vintage-style ceiling/wall exhaust fans are still available. We installed this Nutone model above our kitchen stove, in exactly the same spot we tore out an old, plastic one. Amazon link: There are enough CFM’s (exhaust of air) to meet current code in our state – so we didn’t need a range hood, which would …

50s style NuTone Ceiling/Wall Fan solves your exhaust issues

Yes, vintage-style ceiling/wall exhaust fans are still available. We installed this Nutone model above our kitchen stove, in exactly the same spot we tore out an old, plastic one. Amazon link: There are enough CFM’s (exhaust of air) to meet current code in our state – so we didn’t need a range hood, which would …

mixed 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide with 1 cup water and put it in a spray bottle.  Then I sprayed down all my corners and let it sit for one hour. After an hour passed, I wiped down the walls with a wet rag and this was the result:

Day 336: DIY Mold Remover

mixed 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide with 1 cup water and put it in a spray bottle. Then I sprayed down all my corners and let it sit for one hour. After an hour passed, I wiped down the walls with a wet rag and this was the result:

Tiny House Heaters; Popular and Obscure Options.  This is a combined heater, light and fan for bathrooms

Tiny House Heaters; Popular and Obscure Options. This is a combined heater, light and fan for bathrooms

You want a bathroom fan with a cubic-feet-per-minute (cfm) rating that's high enough to pull all the air out of the room in 7 1/2 minutes. | Photo: Wendell T. Webber

How to Upgrade to a Bigger Bath Fan

You want a bathroom fan with a cubic-feet-per-minute (cfm) rating that's high enough to pull all the air out of the room in 7 1/2 minutes. | Photo: Wendell T. Webber

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