I can't stand wet, moist, smelly bathrooms. I am one of those weird people who likes to have the first shower so everything is nice and dry and clean beforehand. I also don't like our bathroom being a room that my children can enter without the supervision of an adult. There are a few ways I overcome these 'dislikes'...
1. The 'hook'- We installed this hook ourselves and it works brilliantly. The children can't go into the bathroom with an adult unhooking the latch and it also creates airflow which decreases that 'musty and mouldy' type smell that I hate.
2. The overhead fan- A standard in most bathrooms the fan is brilliant at reducing the moisture in the bathroom.
3. The window- Of course, cracking open the window is an obvious one but sometimes in a cold climate (way under 0 degrees in winter) it isn't always an option.4. Hanging up the towels- I've also found that by hanging up towels straight away they dry quicker and therefore don't create that awful bathroom smell.
5. The buffer thing- The 'thing' on the door that you can see in this picture is a foam 'thing' (I don't know what they are called!) that is handy for when we are in the bathroom with the kids to prevent tiny fingers getting jammed.
6. The flushable wipes- We have these handy flushable wipes sitting by the bathroom sink permanently which means that whenever things get a little grubby it takes literally a minute to quickly wipe things down. This is super handy if you are one of those people (like myself) who intends leave the bathroom in search of a cloth and a spray but as soon as you leave the bathroom you have already forgotten what you were intending on doing! Got to love Mummy brain!