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Hi Laurie, hope this helps with the hanging of a poster in your bathroom. You may want to frame it if possible. How to Keep Moisture Out of a Picture in the Bathroom | Hunker
How to Keep Moisture Out of a Picture in the Bathroom. By Tina Amo ... Protect bathroom pictures from moisture ... Keep the bathroom well ventilated. Install an ...
You can purchase a poster frame and seal the frame.
Hi Laurie, I would get the poster laminated, most print and copy shops will do it for you and then you can place it in a frame of your choice.
My advice is the same as before mentioned, either have it Laminated or Frame it and then seal the frame........Best wishes.
We made a frame for a huge poster - here's how: https://www.frugalfamilytimes.com/2013/03/diy-make-huge-frame-for-way-less-money.html