My grandparents live in a condo in Toronto. Whenever they shower, they open the bathroom door fully, but this still fails to remove most of the steam. They must turn on their ceiling vent fan.
- If the weather is cold, does turning on the ceiling fan convey cold air to the bathroom?
They always feel cold incoming air while showering in the winter, whenever they turn it on. But they've never felt it whenever the fan's off.
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They'd loathe to buy a dehumidifier just for this goal. Besides, I don't think a dehumidifier can safely be placed inside a bathroom?