Bathroom Exhaust Fan cleaning in Evanston, IL., Wilmette, IL., Winnetka, IL., Glenview, IL., should be done at least once per year, preferably every 6 months. Everytime the shower or bathtub is used, the Bathroom Exhaust Fan should be switched on to circulate the air and prevent mold and mildew from forming. The minimum time for the Exhaust Fan to be on is 20 minutes, to be most effective. Air flows thru the fan and can accumulate on the Exhaust Fan grille and motor housing inside of the Fan. Below is a quick and easy way to clean and maintain your Bathroom Exhaust Fan in Evanston, IL., Wilmette, IL., Winnetka, IL., Glenview, IL.
- Turn off your Exhaust Fan, either at the switch or the circuit breaker, before you start to clean your Bathroom Exhaust Fan, in Evanston, IL., Wilmette, IL., Winnetka, IL., Glenview, IL. You don’t want to get any electric shock.
- Remove the Exhaust Fan Vent Cover by pressing in the clips on the side. The cover should come our quite easily. Remove by pulling the vent straight down.
- Place a clean rag on the bathroom floor. Face the Exhaust Fan Cover onto the rag and vacuum, with a vacuum attachment brush all the vents and slots in the cover. Vacuum inside and outside of the cover. Use your vacuum crevice tool to get into all the corners.
- Take a small stepladder, and the hose of your vacuum cleaner, with the brush attached to it, and vacuum the Exhaust Fan motor housing in the ceiling. Make sure to vacuum in front, on the sides and in the back of the motor, to get all the dust out. Again, use your vacuum crevice tool for all the corners of the motor.
- Replace Your Exhaust Fan Cover carefully.
Cleaning your Bathroom Exhaust Fan in Evanston, IL., Wilmette, IL., Winnetka, IL., Glenview, IL., on a regular basis, will prevent dust accumulation and will circulate the air in your bathroom more efficiently.
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