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I seriously doubt that this is an issue. If you have an exhaust fan and/or HRV pulling air out of the room at an adequate rate, and run it for long enough, you're totally covered. Example, an exhaust rate of 40 CFM will change the air in a typical 5x8 bathroom with 8' ceiling in 8 minutes. That's a bare minimum scenario, you may well have more ventilation than that. Use a thermo-hygrometer and see how quickly the RH returns to normal in the room after use, Raising the air temp a few degrees only raises the moisture storage capacity of the air a small amount.

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