I'm replacing an old GFCI in a bathroom, and for a little more money, I could buy one rated for weather resistance.
This bathroom has no fan (only a small window), so it can get pretty steamy with water condensation on all surfaces after a shower.
Would a weather rated GFCI be safer or longer lasting in such a location, or is a standard GFCI adequate? I'm assuming that it's ok to use a WR rated GFCI in an indoor location that's not exposed to outdoor weather?
Similarly, there's a downstream receptacle that I could also swap out with a WR rated one if there's any advantage to doing so.
What is the real difference between the regular and weather resistant models besides the little WR logo?