Saunas come in many shapes and forms, but they are most commonly a small wooden room that is heated up to a very high temperature. You can take a sauna bath by relaxing in the room and basking in the heat. Often, users will pour water over sauna rocks to produce steam.
All of this heat translates into lots of sweat. Rivers of sweat. Consequently, you really need to regularly clean your sauna to ensure that you don’t get any bacteria or unwanted guests growing in there! Nasty bacteria often love the hot, moist environment of a sauna.
Proper maintenance of your sauna will prevent bacteria, keep the environment relatively clean, and stop mold from growing.
In this article, we’ll go over how to clean your sauna and make some recommendations for the best sauna cleaning products. We’ll also touch on sauna maintenance as well.