Professional care and functional testing
You had made an excellent choice in getting yourself a steambath, sauna room or infrared sauna with genuine equipment from reputable manufacturer. To ensure long-term enjoyment of your system, we provide you a list of simple yet efficent ways of manintenance your equipment.
We also provide professional maintenance check, serviced by our trained service technicians, to ensure your system is in good operation. We also provide genuine spare parts, if you intend to carry out any replacement works yourself.
Regular draining of your steam generator, depending on your usage frequency, can get rid of unnecessary sediments in your system.
All genuine brands has optional Auto-Drain system, which you can install and enjoy fresh water on every steam bathing and extend the life of your equipment.
Some condition, you may have high calcium build-up in your system. Using a approved descaling agent and maintain your generator tank in good condition.
Check your manuals for proper descaling method, or contact us to carry out the descaling service.
Steam room can have fungus and mold build-up over times, if not clean properly.
We recommend using mild lime or lemon detegent to wash down your room. And it is important to air your room after every used. Simply open your door to allow fresh air to circulate.
For commerical properties, you may wish to add a blow fan to blow-dry the room.
Rocks shifting, a procedure to ensure rocks are evenly spaced in your sauna heater and covered proper, not exposing any heating element.
Simply removed all the rocks from within the heater and place them back again.
Strongly recommend to replace small or crumbled rocks with new. Also important to top-up with new rocks if your heating element is exposed.
Care for the timber in the sauna is to perform a quick scrubbing on the benches, walls, backrests with water and soft brush.
If you get some dirt or sweat stains developing, use warm water with a mild detergent. To get the benches looking like new, you can lightly sand your benches once per year.
After you are finished using the sauna, leave the sauna door open, to air it out.
Occasionally, lift up the checked floor and wet-mop with a liquid deodorizing cleaner. With these simple maintenance tips your sauna will stay inviting, fresh smelling and enjoyable to be in.