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How to Clean an Infrared Sauna?

Rest in the sauna can hardly be compared to any other. If you are a real connoisseur and have a specially equipped infrared sauna in your private home or apartment, you should understand that the sauna must be properly cared for in order to make your rest in it more comfortable, so that the sauna and its individual elements serve you as much as possible. Infrared sauna is a complex of expensive equipment that requires not complicated, but careful care. There are only a few rules that need to be followed.

Infrared sauna cleaning tips

Since your infrared sauna is a moist environment that comes in contact with your skin, it is important to clean your sauna regularly. Dead skin cells, sweat, and hair can easily build up and give your sauna an unsightly look and smell. But with a few simple cleaning techniques, you can keep your infrared sauna nice and clean for years to come.

The issue of hygiene and disinfection is extremely important in the context of infrared sauna use. Be sure to use special disinfectants for seating surfaces in particular, but also for all other surfaces. Use a brush to clean the sauna shelves, backrests and walls after use. If you use your infrared sauna every day, a simple cleaning of 30 seconds to 1 minute will suffice. Rinse the bench, backrest and walls with water after cleaning.

For a deeper clean, use a 10% hydrogen peroxide solution or vinegar to clean your sauna. Rinse with water after scrubbing. Baking soda is also great for cleaning, but some people report seeing an even darker stain on the wood in their sauna after using baking soda. So be careful when using baking soda for your infrared sauna.

It is imperative that you dry your sauna well after use. The mat or mat on the floor should also be disinfected, at least with a special product. Lift grates or mats, open doors and vents, wipe the floor and all surfaces, and make sure to take wet towels. The residual heat in the infrared sauna will dry the room perfectly without any extra effort. Otherwise, without ventilation, if the sauna does not dry out sufficiently, there is a risk of mold and all kinds of fungi, which will take a considerable amount of time and money to remove.

Sanitize your infrared sauna. As mentioned above, moisture likes to attract bacteria and mold. To make sure you and your loved ones don't get an infection in the sauna, use a disinfectant, 70% alcohol works well for cleaning and disinfecting sauna surfaces.

Always clean the infrared sauna thoroughly of condensation, it can be quite corrosive to the coating if not disposed of in time.

Sweep or vacuum the sauna floor every week or a few weeks to get rid of any dirt you may have brought in, as well as stubborn hairs that have gotten on the floor. All wooden elements of the infrared sauna should be cleaned from time to time with a special detergent. Pay attention to the various products designed specifically for sauna care, especially those designed for wood, which have oil-based and dirt-repellent properties. This will make it much easier to maintain the infrared sauna and clean wood elements, as well as reduce the risk of wood elements darkening over time.

how to clean an infrared sauna

Sweat stains are notorious for leaving a mark in the sauna. You can place towels on the infrared sauna seat to prevent this. Alternatively, you can buy special sauna cushions to avoid sweat stains. Wash your towels and sauna cushions to prevent bacteria and mold from accumulating on them.

Let your loved ones know not to bring food and drinks into the sauna. Yes, enjoying food and drinks in the sauna sounds awesome, but most of the time these are the very items that leave stains and dirt that are hard to clean. So if you're going to have friends and family over there regularly, expect that no one will have anything in the infrared sauna that shouldn't be there.

Want your sauna to smell fresh? Instead of chemical-based air fresheners, you can use natural ingredients such as lemon, mint leaves, lavender leaves and natural essential oils to make your infrared sauna always smell fresh.

Infrared sauna maintenance tips and tricks

The care of an infrared sauna has its own peculiarities. For the most part, this is due to the fact that the construction is made of natural wood. To ensure that the equipment will serve you for many years and look good, we recommend that you adhere to the following recommendations:

  • Install or remove equipment only after it has been completely disconnected from the power supply.
  • It is important to keep water away from heating elements.
  • To clean the exterior panels, it is best to use special products for the care of wooden surfaces. 
  • The interior of the infrared sauna and bench should be cleaned regularly with a soap solution with a neutral PH, and a minimum amount of water should be used.
  • In order for the equipment to last a long time, do not overload the power. The optimal operating time of the IR sauna is 30-40 minutes.
  • To prevent moisture from being absorbed into wood surfaces during sweating, towels or sheets should be placed on benches and floors.
  • Degreasing and antiseptic agents will help prevent bacterial growth.
  • It is necessary to thoroughly ventilate the infrared sauna after each session. This will avoid the appearance of a musty odor and mold formation.

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