Don’t Let Dirt Sit for Too Long
The most ideal time to clean your sauna is right after every use, but if you’re anything like a normal person, there will be days when you’ll forget or be too busy. To remind yourself to clean, keep a brush and a bucket near the door. If you simply don’t have the time because you have to run to an appointment, make a note of the sauna cleaning on your to-do list. Remember that you shouldn’t let your dirty sauna sit for too long that mold starts growing.
When you finally get around cleaning, however, you should make sure that there aren’t any harsh chemicals in your cleaners, such as ammonia. This substance will not only make a foul smell, but it can also turn your wooden sauna into a gray color, and may even cause it to rot.
Don’t Ignore the Manual
A user manual often comes with your infrared sauna purchase. This contains information on that particular model’s general use and will even tell you how to maintain and care for it. Take the time to read it, and follow the instructions. This should keep your infrared sauna at home in tiptop condition for many years to come.