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How to Clean a Home Sauna?
To clean your home sauna, first start by sweeping away any loose dirty. For stains and tough marks, you could try lightly scrubbing the wood with warm water, finely sanding out stains and scuffs, or even use a low-pressure washer to ablate the surface.
How to Sauna at Home?
It’s easy to sauna at home with our range. Because they’re considered to be permitted development, you don’t need planning permission to be able to enjoy a home sauna. We can delivery your sauna safely and help you get it into your garden, ready to be set-up and enjoyed and relaxed in.
Are Saunas Good for you?
There have been many health benefits linked to regularly using a sauna, which is another great reason to add one to your home. Not only are they very relaxing and good for de-stressing, but they’ve also been linked to an increased metabolism, weight loss, pain reduction, and skin rejuvenation.
They’re also said to improve the function of your body, such as increased blood circulation and improvement in heart and immune system functions. A healthy home makes use of its home sauna!