How To Clean A Portable Sauna And Keep Nasty Odors at Bay

Relaxing in a portable sauna is an excellent way to destress after work without heading to the gym or an expensive spa. Portable saunas are a perfect tool for detoxifying after a home workout and relaxing tired muscles. They can also help with anti-aging, unclogging skin pores, and rejuvenating the skin.

Portable saunas are a high-moisture environment with lots of sweating, so they can start to smell a little funky if you don't take good care of them. Regular cleaning will ensure it stays clean and odor free. Keep reading to learn how to clean a portable sauna that isn't easily machine washable.

How to Clean a Portable Sauna

A good cleaner should be non-toxic and gentle on the soft walls of the sauna. You can easily make a cleaning formula at home to kill bacteria and prevent mold growth. Add one part vinegar to three parts warm water and use a gentle sponge to wipe down the sauna's interior two or three times a week. Dry it off with a soft cloth when you are done.

Our sauna comes with a highly absorbent removable floor pad. After every couple of uses, machine washing will keep the floor mat clean and odor free. Wipe the bare floor down with a cleaning formula to prevent bacteria and mold build-up.

How Often Should I Clean My Portable Sauna?

How often you need to clean your portable sauna will depend on how often you use it. If your use is reasonably regular, such as two or three times a week, we recommend a thorough cleaning every couple of weeks to keep odors at bay.

Portable Sauna Post Use Care

To keep your portable sauna looking and smelling its best, routine care after every use is the best way to keep it in good condition. Make sure you dry the walls of your portable sauna before storing it out of the way, and you will get years of trouble-free use out of it.

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