Removing Asthma Triggers from the Bathroom


The bathroom is often warm and wet. Which makes the bathroom the perfect place for mould and mildew to grow. Below are some ideas of how to remove Asthma triggers from the bathroom.

Shower curtain
Regularly was the shower curtain.

Bath mat
Regularly wash the bath mat, as a damp mat can attract dust mites and mould growth.

Extractor fan
Switch on extractor fan or open window after having a bath or shower, to remove damp from the bathroom.

Check under the basin for leaks.

Toilet Overflow
Check that the toilet overflow has been fitted correctly and works. To prevent water from leaking into the walls.

Bathroom Tiles
Regularly check the grout around the titles to prevent leaks that could lead to mould growth.

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