The electric fan in its different models does almost the same job. To circulate the air in the room, keep the room fresh and serves a pleasing purpose to cool your body when the sun is high on the roof, and those sweat seems not to be going anywhere.
Though a cool shower or a lower in the Jacuzzi will help, but a little focus in the front of the foam would do well too especially for the bath lazy ones
The fan seems more mechanical and electrical that the layman may want to leave every duty concerning the fan for the like of Thomas Edison, Faraday and of course the inventor
But contrary to its, there are still some basic things you can do to help the longevity of your fan.
The few highlighted here are as basic as it would not need the services of an expert or technician to perform.
OPERATE IN CLEAN ENVIRONMNET
Most faults develop by electric fans are often caused by dirt in the environment. To keep your electric fan in god working condition, always operate it in a close to dirt free environment.
CHECK VOLTAGE/POWER SPECIFICATION
Different countries have different voltage specification for their appliances and devices, some appliances are built for 230-250v while some operates at 110v. So don’t make the mistake of operating 230v motor on an 110v power or vice versa and vice versa, else you run the risk of damaging the coil.
Despite how neat your environment may be as suggested in method one above, there are always some more debris that may collect on the blades of the fan as it whirls around. Therefore from time to time, wipe the blades of dust and debris.
As dirt collects on the blades of the fan, some more are collected inside the coil of the fan. This prevents the free rotation of the movable coil and ultimately if left unattached to may quench the fan. Therefore, get a vacuum cleaners and then suck away dirt from the fan as much as you can
Any moving mechanical part requires lubrication to perform well, so as little as you can, apply some lubricant to the movable parts as this will increase the longevity of the fan