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'Sauna Clean' solution cleans all types of sauna woods (cedar, aspen, pine, spruce, etc.) and steam baths. This product is engineered to safely clean wood surfaces without degrading wood fibers, as most other cleaners, bleach, etc. can that are not designed for use on wood. Keep sauna benches and wall paneling fresh. Dilutes with water, so one bottle may last years for residential use or months for commercial use depending on usage requirements. Dilute 2 capfuls of 'Sauna Clean' to 5 Liters (or 1.32 gallons) of water. After cleaning a sauna with this product, simply turn on sauna for 1 hour to thoroughly dry with vents open before resuming sauna use.
'Sauna Clean' is an environmentally friendly disinfectant/odor eliminator and cleaner. This product helps keep sauna benches, paneling and duckboard fresh and looking new by neutralizing bacteria which over time will darken wood surfaces if left not cleaned. Great for cleaning any wet areas, including bathrooms, saunas, gymnastic halls, shower rooms, locker rooms and steam baths, etc. See user instructions for full list of uses for this great sauna cleaning product.
One bottle of 'Sauna Clean' will last a year or more for average home sauna. Regular cleaning of sauna is recommended to keep paneling, benches and wood flooring looking new and free from deteriorating bacteria.
Note: Cleaning may not help poorly maintained saunas with advanced deterioration of wood fibers. Superior Sauna manufactures all sauna components, available at factory direct prices for sauna room restoration. More info: Sauna Benches Sauna Paneling
We now have a treatment for sauna woods that makes cleaning easier and adds many years to the life of sauna woods. The Paraffin Oil treatment kit adds a natural barrier to keep perspiration from soaking into wood, leaving stains and helping bacteria grow. This product is recommended for new sauna installs or after pre-sanding all surfaces to be treated in a used sauna.
1 Liter container.
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NOTE: Traditional saunas made with a wood paneled interior should never be 'hosed down' with excessive water to clean. This will only promote bacterial growth and significantly increase deterioration of wood fibers. Some saunas have a floor drain installed which is meant for throroughly cleaning the floor only and is helpful when the sauna water bucket is spilled. The basic idea of cleaning sauna woods consists of a cleaning bucket with diluted 'sauna safe' cleaner and a scrub brush. Best to clean sauna just after using it, then use a dry towel to wipe up excess water. Prop the door open about 1 foot and as the sauna cools it will help evaporate to dry the woods.