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    How long after misting does the condensation usually remain on tubs? Working on a tub and want to get the ventilation right. Thanks!

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    I havent really paid close attention to the amount of time it takes for condensation to dry but with my experience covering the entire tub (except the bottom) with holes about 1-2 inches away from each other has worked the best. You need alot of ventilation since tubs hold humidity so well.
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    I make a couple big holes in one end of the tub and cover them with screening. The length of time that the humidity stays depends on how heavily you mist it.


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    Thanks. Will work on getting some more holes drilled then.

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