I don’t have an exhaust fan in my master bathroom.
I know. You are riveted. Best. Beginning. Line. Ever. Move over Dickens with your “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”
“I don’t have an exhaust fan” is the new shit.
But I digress. My exhaust fan problem is not just fear that someone will hear me pooping or that my mirror fogs up. No, this is worse.
My ceiling has mold on it.
This is not my ceiling mold. Mine is far less advanced. I mean, it is smarter, but there is less of it.
How do I solve this problem?
Back in the day (see: right before it ran out) I used a bleach spray. It was supposed to be safe on any surface so I would just spray it up there and if I had free time I would wipe it all down. I have no idea if wiping down was a requirement or not, I’m not really a detail person but it seemed to work either way. The problem is that now I can’t find spray bleach anywhere. Safe for all surfaces or otherwise.
I know that I could just leave the door open when I shower, but there are two problems with that. 1) It is December. It gets cold in my bathroom. I require the steam to stay warm when I am wet and naked and 2) If you leave the bathroom door open you don’t get any warning at all when Norman Bates comes in to stab you.
You know what I am taking about. It is either Norman Bates or that guy from Witchboard and while, yes, the mold is more tangible, I will take my chances with some airborne malady before I lose those four extra seconds to grab my razor or a can of shaving cream to defend myself against the shower intruder.
I know I could have a fan installed, but that is expensive and I am saving up to buy a new XBOX.
So tell me internet, how do I do away with this ceiling mold?