Caring for your sauna tent properly can help extend its life and preserve its quality. Follow the care tips below to ensure your tent remains durable and in good condition for a long time.
- Before you start cleaning the tent, make sure it is completely dry.
- Use a soft brush or a damp cloth to remove dirt and loose debris from the surface of the tent.
- If necessary, you can use a mild soap solution to remove stubborn stains. Apply the soapy solution with a sponge or soft brush and rinse thoroughly with clean water.
- Avoid using strong chemicals, bleach or detergents that can damage the fabric.
- Don't forget to also clean the zippers and the tent poles, especially if you've been basking by the sea as sand and salt can damage the metal parts and rust can occur.
- After using your sauna tent, allow the tent to dry thoroughly before packing it away. Dry the tent with a towel, Place it in the shade or spread it out on a clean and dry surface.
- Make sure the tent is completely dry both inside and out to avoid mold and mildew formation.
- Avoid drying the tent directly in strong sunlight for an extended period, as this can cause fading and affect the quality of the fabric over time.
- Before storing the sauna tent in the bag, make sure it is completely dry to avoid moisture and mold problems.
- If the tent will be outside, be sure to store the tent in a dry and well-ventilated place.
- Avoid storing the tent in a damp basement or near heat sources, as this can affect the quality of the fabric and cause mold growth.
- Make sure the sauna tent is properly tensioned and anchored at each corner and each wall to avoid damage from wind and weather.
- If possible, avoid pitching the tent in areas with sharp branches or rocky terrain, as these can damage the fabric.
- If the tent is damaged, repair it as soon as possible to prevent the damage from getting worse.
- Smaller holes or broken seams can be repaired using a weatherproof repair tape.
- During the lifetime of the sauna tent, you will probably need to repair the tent from time to time. If major damage occurs or you are unsure how to repair the tent, contact us for advice and assistance.
The stoveTo extend the lifespan and preserve the performance of the stove, it is important that you take care of it in the right way. Here are some tips and advice to help you take care of your sauna stove.
- After each use of the stove, let it cool down completely before you start cleaning it.
- Use a soft brush or sponge and a mild soap solution to clean the outside of the stove. Avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners that can damage the steel.
- Rinse thoroughly with clean water to remove any soap residue, then wipe the stove dry with a clean cloth or towel.
- Use dry birch wood or other fuels recommended for the stove. Excessive heat can damage the steel and affect its performance.
- Make sure that the ventilation openings in the sauna tent and the stove are free of obstructions to ensure optimal air circulation.
Protection and storage
- When the stove is not in use, make sure it is completely dry before covering it or placing it in the stove carrying bag. Moisture can cause rust and corrosion on the steel.
- Store the stove in a dry and well-ventilated place when not in use for an extended period of time.
- Regularly check the sauna stove's chimney, ventilation system and any gas or flue passages to ensure they are free of blockages and in good condition.
By following these care tips, the lifespan of your sauna tent will be extended. If you have any questions regarding the care or if any major damage has occurred, we are just a call away. Contact us here if you have any questions regarding the maintenance of your sauna tent.