How to clean your home sauna

Comprehensive guide to sauna care and cleaning.

The importance of sauna cleaning: The sauna is a place of relaxation and well-being. To maintain this state, it requires regular and thorough cleaning. This not only ensures the longevity of your sauna, but also provides a healthy and hygienic environment for all users. In the following article you will find a detailed guide to optimal sauna care.

Daily care measures: Ventilation after use

Why ventilate? Immediately after sauna use, condensation accumulates due to the temperature difference. This provides a breeding ground for mould and bacteria. Therefore, airing after each use is essential.

Procedure: After use, open the sauna door and all available windows. These should remain open for at least an hour to ensure effective ventilation and to remove moisture.

Routine care: weekly cleaning

If you use your sauna regularly, a weekly basic cleaning is necessary.

Vacuuming: The first step is to remove loose dirt particles, dust and hair with a hoover. It is especially important to vacuum thoroughly in corners, crevices and under the benches.

Surface cleaning: Afterwards you should wipe all wooden surfaces with a slightly damp cloth. Warm water mixed with a mild soap or a special sauna cleaner are suitable for cleaning. Make sure you really clean all areas - from the benches to the floor.

The annual big clean: Deep cleaning

Depending on the frequency of use, a more intensive cleaning should take place at least once a year.

Sanding the wooden surfaces: Over time, stains and dirt can build up on the wooden surfaces. These can be removed with fine sandpaper and a gentle sanding in the direction of the wood grain. Be careful not to damage the wood when doing this.

Disinfect: After sanding, it is important to disinfect the sauna thoroughly. Use special sauna disinfectants that are suitable for wood. After application, the disinfectant should be allowed to act according to the manufacturer's instructions before being wiped off.

Conclusion: The importance of regular maintenance

A sauna is not only an investment in your well-being, but also in your home. Through consistent and thorough care, you not only guarantee a long life for your sauna, but also create an environment in which you and your guests can feel completely at ease.

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