Maintenance of saunas

For the right to enjoy the sauna, it is necessary to maintain the sauna room always clean and fresh, due to greater enjoyment, but also for durability. Here are some tips…


Maintenance of saunas


The wood in the sauna is constantly exposed to moisture and extreme temperatures, so it is recommended to properly maintain the wooden parts. The best protection against moisture is properly ventilated and drying after using the sauna. In the public sauna, benches, backrests, bumper around the furnace floor grates occasionally be treated with paraffin oil. If the sauna has a window, it is necessary to treat the underside of the bar around the glass, also paraffin with paraffin oil. Permanent condensation can damage the wood. This impregnation oil is odorless, protects and makes wood and waterproof for easy cleaning and therefore prolongs the life of the sauna.


Note:Leave the walls and ceilings inside the sauna in original condition. Occasionally efface them with a damp cloth (wring well) For this treatment use the mildest disinfectant solution which is intended for the sauna.


Thermo + hygrometer


To ensure proper operation and accurate measurement results, place the thermo hygrometer + on the side wall opposite the oven, at 150 cm. from the floor.


Wooden bucket and ladle


To preserve the wooden fittings, we recommend the occasional impregnation with paraffin oil, and pouring water from buckets after each sauna session. Plastic part inside the buckets, to overwrite with disinfectant solution.


The stones and the furnace


Once a year or 500 hours after the stove, check the box for a stone oven. Remove the stones from the furnace, vacuum up small particles of stone and clean the deposits on the bottom compartment (odelka). Replace the stones, separating that which is not in good condition. I f necessary top up top with new stones. It is important to properly fill the compartment kiln with stones.


Water spilling over stones


For spilling over hot stones use only water that is suitable for home use. Do not use chlorinated water or water from a hot bath, because it will damage the furnace heaters. for durability.