Headphones is not the only way to listen to your favorite playlists in the bathtub. Many bathrooms can be equipped with Bluetooth. That amazing technology allows us to listen to anything we want without the risk of accidentally dropping the phone or iPod into the water!
Better yet, many steam showers also come equipped with Bluetooth technology. So, you can add music to your relaxation routine while you’re soaking in your steam shower. Not sure how to make it happen?
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Read more: Using Bluetooth with the Steam Shower F9 Remote Control.
Take a look at the gorgeous bathroom picture above. It’s bright, airy, and spacious. But, would a steam shower work in a bathroom like that?
Thanks so much to one of our readers for such a great question. The short answer is that, no, it’s not really a problem at all to have a window near a steam shower. Remember, steam showers are completely enclosed. They’re built to contain all that wonderful, warm steam inside the shower cabin.
So, let’s say you’re enjoying your steam shower on a beautiful warm night, and you open the window a bit to let in some fresh air. That draft is not going to impact the quality of your steam shower experience.
But, there is a little bit more to this question than that. Let’s say you’ve turned your bathroom into a custom steam room.
You can find out all about steam rooms here: The Difference between a Sauna and a Steam Room.
You must seal the windows properly before using a steam room. Otherwise, all of that steam is going to seep out through the cracks. It will end up costing you money on your energy bill and enjoyment. Use rubber glazing or caulking to properly seal all around the glass window and the frame.
Once you’ve sealed the windows, you don’t have to worry about steam escaping. You can bask in your steam therapy while enjoying the view out your window.
Do you have questions about steam showers or whirlpool tubs? Let us know!