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>  Sauna Advice

Your equipment requires regular & thorough cleaning, you should implement a suitable cleaning regime to include the following:

Sauna Advice

UNDERNEATH OF SAUNA BENCHES

 

Over a period of time, deposits of sweat and body fats start to collect on the underside of the sauna benches. For hygiene reasons it is very important that this is not allowed to build up.

 

Frequency – Weekly, at the end of the day.

 

Method - Using a clean damp cloth with a small amount of diluted anti-bacterial disinfectant and/or a fine grade sandpaper, remove deposits from the underside of the sauna benches. Never use a high-pressure or normal hose pipe, as this will damage the fabric of the sauna. Leave sauna door open overnight, to allow to dry naturally.

 

Cleaning materials – Anti-bacterial disinfectant, used in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions given on the bottle.

TOP OF SAUNA BENCH AND DUCKBOARDS

 

Frequency – Daily, at the end of the day.

 

Method - Using a clean damp cloth with a small amount of diluted anti-bacterial disinfectant, wipe the benches and duckboards. Remove any marks and rough patches using a fine grade sandpaper. Never use a high-pressure or normal hose pipe, as this will damage the fabric of the sauna.

 

Carry out health and safety checks (as per Health & Safety guidelines) and check for splinters, using a towel to protect hands. Leave sauna door open overnight with duckboards placed upright in a safe place away from the stove, to allow to dry naturally.

 

Cleaning materials – Anti-bacterial disinfectant, used in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions given on the bottle.

SAUNA CABIN

 

Frequency – Daily, at the end of the day.

 

Method – Using a clean damp cloth with a small amount of diluted anti-bacterial disinfectant, wipe the walls and ceiling. Never use a high-pressure or normal hose pipe, as this will damage the fabric of the sauna. Carry out health and safety checks (as per Health & Safety guidelines) and check for splinters, using a towel to protect hands. Leave sauna door open overnight, to allow to dry naturally.

 

Cleaning materials – Anti-bacterial disinfectant, used in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions given on the bottle.

 

The above procedure applies to the sauna exterior where exposed and any panelling installed at the same time as the sauna.

SAUNA FLOOR

 

Frequency – Daily, at the end of the day.

 

METHOD - After lifting any duckboards, clean the floor thoroughly using diluted anti-bacterial disinfectant suitable to the type of flooring. Never use a high-pressure or normal hose pipe, as this spray up on to sauna wall panels and will damage the timber.

 

Cleaning Materials – Establish the correct cleaner for the type of flooring.

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