Three Tips for Cleaning Your Dry Infrared Sauna
Maintaining the dry sauna in your Carlisle home requires different cleaning techniques than a hot tub or steam sauna. Regular cleaning helps to keep the sauna hygienic and pleasant to use. Each time you use the sauna, take a few moments to do these three simple cleaning steps.
Due to the unpredictable weather, dry saunas in Carlisle homes need to be swept on a daily basis. Dust, dirt and sloughed skin accumulate on the floor. A basic broom and dustpan are all you need to keep the floors of your sauna spic and span.
Cleaning the Interior Surfaces
Each time you use the sauna, wipe down all the interior surfaces. Use a mild detergent or a homemade cleanser consisting of diluted lemon juice and vinegar. Use a soft, damp cloth to wipe down all the surfaces. Wipe down the benches, steps and walls of the sauna. This removes any bacteria from your skin and disinfects the surfaces to help avoid spreading viral illnesses such as the common cold.
Drying the Interior Surfaces
After you’ve wiped down all the interior surfaces of the infrared sauna, use a clean, dry microfiber cloth to soak up any leftover cleaning solution. This is important so that the wood inside of your sauna does not warp or split. Removal of any leftover moisture is also important for ensuring that mold and mildew do not start to grow inside of the sauna.
These tips will help you properly clean and maintain your new dry infrared sauna.