If you want to practice yoga in a relaxed and pleasant way, you can not lift your spirits with dirty yoga mats.
Unwashed Yoga mats are a great place for bacteria, fungi, and dust Mites, which can cause folliculitis, fungal ringworm, and athlete’s foot, and dust mites are asthma triggers.
Those who use a communal mat or practice yoga only once in a while are most likely to fall for it.
To protect ourselves from germs, we need to develop good exercise habits and clean our yoga mats regularly.
So, how do you clean a Yoga Mat?
In fact, the cleaning mat is very simple: you can use two cups of water and four drops of detergent into the sprayer, Spray Yoga Mat, and then dry with a clean, dry towel can be.
If you do not like the smell of detergent, you can also add a little salt in the water, the same on the Yoga Mat spray wash, which can also achieve the cleaning effect.
If you clean your mats only once in a while, you’ll need a strong cleaning regimen.
First, fill the bathtub or large washbasin with cold water, then pour in a small amount of washing powder.
Remember, the less washing powder, the better, because the washing powder will remain in the Mat, over time will make Yoga Mat slippery, easy to slip injury exercise.
Then use a damp cloth with a detergent water scrub mat and then rinse, roll up the Yoga Mat with a large dry towel, absorb the excess water.
Finally, place the Mat in a cool, airy place to dry. Clean Yoga mats should be rolled up and carried in backpacks to prevent dust.