Just a word of advice to anyone who regularly has people over to their home… make sure you have a nice bathroom for your guests.
- I mean, it’s pretty obvious that you need to have a clean restroom with plenty of available toiletries for people.
Never make someone go through the unpleasant experience of sitting down and finding that there’s no toilet paper or hand soap to finish up their activity. It’s also totally disgusting to have soap scum, dried pee, and mildew floating around the space. However, one thing that no one ever seems to fully consider is the necessity for a working ventilation fan in the bathroom. For whatever reason, this ventilation device is often overlooked or disregarded entirely… and it creates awkward situations for your guests. There is nothing worse than realizing you need to do some more potent, odorous business, and finding out that there’s no way to remove the airborne contaminants from the indoor air after you’ve already gotten started. If you’re at all embarrassed about leaving behind unfortunate smells and airborne toxins, then it’s a major problem to realize that the fan which is responsible for exchanging high and low quality indoor air in the restroom is non-functional. It’s rare to even have access to outdoor air via a bathroom window in many circumstances – so the threat of stinking up the indoor air is truly a big problem. Next time you have guests at your place, make sure that the ventilation fan and air exchange system are working effectively to remove unwanted, embarrassing odors.