If you buy a yoga mat and use it often but never mainta […]
If you buy a yoga mat and use it often but never maintain it, the dust and sweat stains accumulated on the surface of the yoga mat will eventually endanger your health. Therefore, it is necessary to wash the yoga mats frequently. Unwashed yoga mats are likely to harbor bacteria, fungi, and dust mites. Bacteria can cause hairy soil inflammation, fungi can cause body moss and athlete's foot, and dust mites can cause allergic dermatitis and asthma when they pose the greatest threat to people with allergies.
Tools / raw materials
Washbasin or other water container
Method / step 1
Put water in a washbasin, add an appropriate amount of washing solution, and stir well. 2
Put the towel in the washbasin, and dry the towel after getting wet. 3
Wipe the yoga mat with a towel to remove dirt from the yoga mat. 4
Replace the washbasin with clean water and wash the towels with clean water.
Then wipe the yoga mat with a felt towel to clean the washing liquid on the yoga mat.
The yoga mat is now cleaned.
Finally, dry the yoga mat in a cool, ventilated place. Do not expose it to the sun. The yoga mat will crack.
After drying, use a yoga mat strap or use it directly.
To ensure hygiene, it is best to wash the yoga mat every other week.
If the mat is very dirty, fill the bathtub with cold water and add washing powder. The less detergent is better, because any residue will make the yoga mat slippery in the future. Then wipe the mat with a damp cloth and rinse. Roll up the yoga mat with a dry towel, soak up any excess water, and let it air dry.