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03:56PM | 02/16/08
Member Since: 02/25/05
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I have been using a small, portable dehumidifier in my bathroom during/after taking a shower as an alternative to using the exhaust fan. It appears to be a better solution than venting conditioned air out, except that I have to place the unit on my vanity and have to manually dump the catch bin. I would love to install a permanent, ceiling-mount dehumidifier that is tied to the waste plumbing system, but cannot for the life of me find one. Thoughts/suggestions?


05:18PM | 02/17/08
Member Since: 02/25/05
42 lifetime posts
Ah, that explains it. I didn't make the connection because the air in the room stayed warm and had forgotten that it takes power to cool the coil so that the moisture can condense and be removed. I didn't realize that a dehumidifier has a heating coil as well, but since I have baseboard heating in my house, that part is a wash, anyway. Thanks for setting me straight.


01:41AM | 07/13/11
Member Since: 07/13/11
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Dehumidifiers are better than exhaust fan due to its capability to pure air. There are a lot of portable and mounted dehumidifier in the market. But, after using mounted dehumidifier, it's not so difficult to remove it after one year. Folks can use mounted mini dehumidifier for one year and its simple to shift it into another place.


09:21PM | 08/24/13
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01:30PM | 04/01/14
This is exactly what I need as well. We have a high quality fan but it just doesn't get things dried out fast enough. I expect there are a lot of people with tiled showers who need them to dry out faster in order to prevent mold. There is no room for a big ugly unit to sit on the floor in the bathroom. A ceiling mounted unit would be perfect.


04:23AM | 09/20/15
Please visit TheDehumidifierExperts then contact them. They will give you useful advice!


12:33AM | 12/17/18
Our favorite dehumidifier for bathrooms is the Eva-dry EDV-1100. Eva-dry only makes small dehumidifiers, several of which are ideal for use in a bathroom. They are available with a variety of features, including some that use a renewable silica gel technology so that the dehumidifier does not need to be plugged in or use batteries.

Many carry the Energy Star rating, which means they operate as efficiently as possible, benefiting both the planet and your pocketbook. Follow this link to learn more about the Eva-dry EDV-1100 and to read reviews from people that own one.

Best Dehumidifier for Bathroom Reviews By Getcleaningdone

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