Does it sound weird? Infrared saunas are supposed to take care of your health and wellness, and here I am talking about the reverse scene. But let's give it a thought. You buy luxury cars for your comfort, but don't you take great care of your vehicles to ensure maximum return from it? Yes, we all make it sure that our favorite cars or jewelleries are well treated. Then why not taking care of your home infrared saunas regularly?
Chalk out a time-to-time maintenance plan for your very own FIR saunas and be assured that your sauna will return you back the favor in the righteous way.
1) The wooden panel and walls of the infrared saunas are already painted with suitable color, so no need to paint them again. Wrong color or stain can cause more temperature to the wooden surface making in the escape of the flames, therefore, let them be. If you really think that your sauna is crying for a face-lift, then seek professional maintenance support from the manufacturing company or dealers.
2) You must be worried about the sweat you are leaving behind everyday. In fact, sweat is high on toxin, so it can result in discoloration or strong stain on the wooden surface. The best way to deal with this bothering sweat is to place a towel on the sauna floor or resting wall. If possible then lay down a floor mat on the infrared sauna's floor. Such precautions will soak the body sweat before it could reach the wooden surface.
3) Try to keep a hand brush with soft bristles somewhere inside the sauna. Make it a routine to brush off the floor, benches, seat or wall of the infrared saunas after finishing off your daily session. In this way, you will be able to ward off any buildup and your sauna will be healthy sans any dirty deposits in the corner.
4) After using the Infrared saunas for a long period of time, if you see any visible discoloration or sweat stains in the wooden surface, then add mild detergent to a bowl of lukewarm water and take a soft-bristled brush. Wet the brush with little amount of soapy water and brush smoothly those particular areas. Create gentle strokes as otherwise you may ruin the natural smoothness of the wooden surface. This practice can be performed once in a week or whenever you feel the stains are coming to fore.
5) When you are done cleaning the infrared saunas, let the door be open. The natural air flow will help the indoor to dry out quick. In this way, it will also create enough ventilation for the sauna house. So, the air inside will be evaporated soon and there will be no moisture left.
Infrared saunas are like our second home where we try to find physical solace after a nerve-wrecking day at work. So it is our duty to keep it clean and clear for our own selves. Go and Try it out now!