How to Clean a Fire Pit

Metal fire pit at night

Ancient people mainly invented fire pits to keep themselves warm, cook food, and roast bushmeat. Since then, the use of fire pits has been adopted globally by different cultures. However, owning a fire pit, no matter what type it is brings in a responsibility to be cleaned consistently and properly to make it last longer and keep it in a good working condition.

So, how to clean a fire pit?

How to Clean a Fire Pit

Fire pits come in various designs like masonry hardscapes, metal pits, propane, or natural gas-fueled units. There are different types of fire pits depending on the materials used to make them and their fuel. Being made from different materials means that even the cleaning process is also different.

Brown round firepit with green palm trees

Necessary Tools for Fire Pit Cleaning

  • Ash Scoop: To aid in the removal of ash from almost every corner of the fire pit.
  • Poke Stick: It is used to confirm if the ash still has a fire under it.
  • Ash Bucket: Use it for emptying and carrying removed ash for safe disposal.
  • Broom: It is needed for sweeping and cleaning easier.
  • Protective Gloves: Provides safety measures and helps you protect your hands and nails from detergents, ash, debris, etc.

Examples of fire pits are:

  • Stone/brick/masonry fire pit.
  • Steel/metal fire pit.
  • Gas fire pit.

Basics for Cleaning All Types of Fire Pits

Since we have different types of fire pits, and all are important and need cleaning, we are going to categorize these pits individually and see different methods by which each specific pit is maintained.

But before that, there are a few general rules that apply to all pits cleaning techniques. The steps are as follows:

  1. Before the process of cleaning a fire pit, one should ensure that all debris and unburnt materials are swept out of the fire pit.
  2. You must be careful when removing the ash because sometimes ash may be hot inside, even if it looks cold outside. To avoid this, it is always a good idea to give the ash enough time to cool down to prevent burns.
  3. Ash should be scooped out and placed in an ash bucket. This bucket/holder should be made of metal or material that cannot be easily burned, especially if the ash still has heat.
  4. All the ash should be disposed of carefully and the ash bucket cleaned.

Now, let’s jump into each specific type of fire pit and its cleaning procedure.

Stone firepit in the forest

Cleaning a Stone/Brick/ Masonry Fire Pit

Stone or brick fire pits are primarily permanent and can withstand all weather, even rainfall, making them convenient in many homes. In addition, they are simple and require minimal maintenance and cleaning. 

The following are steps to clean a stone fire pit.

  1. Dorn in your protective gloves. Gloves will protect you from touching the ash that can make you touch yourself and tarnish your clothes. For women with long nails, using gloves, it’s a good idea. You can still clean without.
  2. Take the scooper and scoop all the ash out of the fire pit gently. Put the ash into your ash bowl (mostly metallic material).
  3. Mix a solution of 1-part muriatic acid with 9-parts of water lather gently. 
  4. Then take the scrubbing brush and scrub gently, especially the pit’s interior, until all parts have been scrubbed well.
  5. Start pouring clean water slowly on the fire pit surface until all the places have been well rinsed. You can use either hot or cold water, and it doesn’t matter on this type of fire pit.
  6. Let the fire pit dry by giving it 2-3 days.
  7. After it is well dried, you can apply stone sealant on the bricks to prevent soot from sticking to the surface when you use it again.

How to Clean a Copper Fire Pit

Copper fire pits will always have a bowl and a stand to ensure effective burning of the wood.

However, copper fire pits tend to accumulate tons of soot quickly and clean such a pit, and the following steps are involved.

  1. Dorn in your gloves after ensuring that the ash is cold enough.
  2. Remove the large debris, followed by small debris, and then ash.
  3. Ensure that all ash is emptied into the ash bowl and adequately disposed of.
  4. Mix cleaning detergent with water and use a water hose to spray the fire pit starting from the inside part. Traditional cleaning solutions such as a mixture of salt and vinegar can also be used to work effectively. You can also use a mix of lemon, salt, and water to remove the soot.
  5. Take a piece of clothing or a soft cleaning brush and scrub the surface of the pit. Avoid using hard scrubbing tools such as steel wool, as this will scratch the copper surface.
  6. Sprinkle clean soap less water into your pit and rinse thoroughly until there is no more soap. Make sure that you have wiped the water well from the surface of the copper pit. Leaving it wet can make a blue coating develop on the surface of copper material.
  7. Leave the copper fire pit to dry.
Metal firepit at night

How to Clean Steel/Metal Fire Pit

Steel and metal fire pits are the most popular fire pits we have in the world. However, they require a specific procedure of cleaning to maintain the effectiveness and functioning of these pits. The steps used are:

  1. Dorn in your gloves or just use your hand to ensure that all debris and ash are collected and put in the ash bowl.
  2. Use a dry stiff brush to remove the debris or ash stuck on the interior and exterior surfaces of the metal pit.
  3. Mix warm water with soap. Warm water will help you remove stains, soot, and stuck food remnants easily.
  4. Gently pour water on the pit surface and scrub thoroughly using a stiff brush or a pair of clothing. If you do not have the cleaning detergent, you can mix a spoon of baking soda with one liter of water. Baking soda will dissolve the hard crusty residue and make it easy for you to clean.
  5. Rinse thoroughly with clean water, ensuring that all soap is gone. Then, turn the bowl upside down. Why this? Turning will make the drying process faster, and also, no water will remain at the bottom of the pit, making it last longer. Some metals rust when exposed to water, so you don’t want to do this to your pit.

Cleaning of the Gas Fire Pit

Gas fire pits are more expensive than wood fire pits and are run by using either propane or natural gas. They require a continuous supply of gas to operate and keep the fire burning.

Cleaning is usually aimed at maintaining burners and gas pipes. However, just like any other fire pit, it has several steps of cleaning. Which steps are those?

  1. Before cleaning, it’s always a precautionary measure to ensure that the gas valve is closed and is not leaking. Severe burns may occur if the gas valve is not well closed, and someone lights up a fire.
  2. Collect the debris, particles, or any leaves that may be present on the surface of your pit.
  3. If the pit is dusty because these pits are usually stored outside, take a smooth brush and sweep out the dust.
  4. Mix warm water with soap and gently clean the surface of the pit using a piece of clothing.
  5. Do not pour water directly on the gas pit because it can damage the burner, but instead, use a wet piece of clothing to wipe the surface.
  6. Remove the vent, check for debris, and unclog the pipe to ensure a smooth gas flow.
  7. Leave it for two hours, and it will be completely dry. It dries fast after cleaning a gas fire pit because cleaning does not involve direct contact with water but rather a damp cloth that leaves almost no wetness on the surface.

Precautionary Measures to Keep a Clean a Fire Pit

These preventative measures will help your fire pit to appear more wonderful and prevent dirt or any loss. These are:

  • Avoid throwing any kind of trash in the fire pit.
  • It is advisable to keep all kinds of plastic materials away from the fire and its hot exteriors. When burned, plastic produces toxic fumes and creates a sticky mess that proves to be very hard to remove!
  • Use a cover on the fire pit. It helps protect the fire pit from extreme weather and corrosion and reduces the amount of cleaning necessary.
  • Try to store the fire pit in a dry, shaded location as it will stay protected from harsh winter conditions.

Here is a short video tutorial on maintaining fire pits.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Wood Is Best for Use in a Wood-Burning Fire Pit?

It is recommendable to use a well-seasoned wood for a wood-burning fire pit, as it delivers a much lesser cleaner burn and produces less build-up.

Is It Necessary to Use Pit Covers?

It’s necessary to use pit covers as it will help avoid leaves, rainwater, and debris from getting accumulated between uses.

Three men in front of a firepit


It doesn’t matter the type of fire pit you’re using; the most important point is knowing how to clean these fire pits. Knowing what necessities are used to clean and learning about cleaning will help your fire pit last longer and still serve its function to the fullest.

In addition, you will enjoy using a pit that is clean and well maintained to cook, grill, or even sometimes use it to generate warmth for you and your family.

How to Clean Acrylic Nail Brushes

Manicure using acrylic brush

Are you a nail art fanatic? Are you a professional who uses acrylic nail brushes often in a salon? If yes, then you should put your efforts into keeping them clean over time.

It is because if the acrylic residue hardens upon the bristles of the nail brush, then it might be really tough to clean. Therefore, cleaning these residues right after use is better than opting to clean them later. Regular cleaning of the acrylic nail brushes will also ensure that the bristles remain soft & flexible for a long time.

How to Clean Acrylic Nail Brushes

Almost all nail technicians have that concern in their mind to maintain the nail tools efficiently. Lack of time and resources might be a problem for them to look after the cleaning concerns for acrylic nail brushes. But not anymore!

Whether you like to do art over your nail extensions at home or are a professional, following the quick and easy cleaning methods will help you maintain your nail brushes proficiently. Therefore, it is essential for you to learn how to clean acrylic nail brushes. And this article will act as a guide for the same! 

Manicure using acrylic brush

Method 1: Cleaning With Commercial Cleaning Solution & Monomer

The first and the most effective method or cleaning approach for nail brushes is the use of a monomer. Here are the steps to help you approach this method of cleaning:

Step 1: Get All the Supplies

Apart from just monomer, you will need some other supplies as well, that includes:

  • Paper towel
  • Small glass container or a jar
  • A commercial nail brush cleaning product from an online or offline store.

Buy the commercial nail cleaning product and the monomer, while the rest of the supplies are readily available at every residence. When you have them all, move on to the next step.

Step 2: Cleaning the Acrylic Nail Brush

  1. Pour a little amount of commercial brush cleaning solution into the glass container.
  2. Now, make sure you submerge the acrylic nail brush into the solution container for around 10 seconds. It is to weaken the residues over the bristles of that brush.
  3. Take it out of the container, and then rub or drag the brush back & forth over a paper towel. It is to eradicate any loose residue over the brush.
  4. Now, hold the brush upside down for around 1 minute. It is to let the liquid solutions saturate within the bristles of the acrylic nail brush.
  5. Now, press one side of the brush over another paper towel to remove any of the excessive liquid within the bristles.
  6. Now, pour monomer solution onto a clean glass container.
  7. Dip the brush into that solution and hold it for a while to let the brush retain its original shape.
  8. Now, place your acrylic nail brush at a place to let it air-dry for around 2 hours or more.
  9. When it is completely dry, you can go ahead and make use of it once again.

Repeat the cleaning process after every use. It will help increase the longevity of the brush.

Two women doing nail art by using acrylic nail brush

Method 2: Cleaning the Acrylic Nail Brush With Acetone

If you do not want to use any commercial cleaners to maintain your nail brush, then you can use different DIY solutions as well. Here are the steps to help you with the same! 

Step 1: Get the Supplies

  1. You will need 100% pure acetone for this method of cleaning the acrylic brush.
  2. Get a bunch of paper towels.
  3. Also, get a small glass container or a jar.
  4. Metal scraping tools will be helpful. You can use a cuticle pusher for this purpose.

Step 2: The Cleaning Process

  1. Pour a small amount of 100% pure acetone into a glass jar.
  2. Now, put the brush inside that container and let the bristles soak for 10 minutes within it.
  3. Acetone acts the same as that of a commercial cleaning solution.
  4. Now, place the brush over a paper towel and then push it down gently to remove the excess liquid.
  5. Use the metal cuticle pusher to scrape off any of the acrylic residues from the brush.
  6. Now, dunk it again in the acetone container, and take it out.
  7. Repeat steps 3, 4 & 5 until you find your brush free from acrylic residues. It should be visibly clean.
  8. Now, after the brush is clean, it is crucial for you to remove the acetone solution from your brush bristles. If you don’t, then it might damage the acrylic brush. Rinse it off with clean water.
  9. Now, let the brush dry for around 2 hours under the air before you can use it again.

If you want a visual demonstration, you can take a look at this video that explains the ideal steps for using acetone to clean acrylic brushes.

Method 3: Cleaning With Monomer & Acetone Mixture

  1. Mix monomer with acetone solution in a ratio of 1:1.
  2. Now, attach a cloth spin to the brush, and then hang it up over the jar.
  3. Then leave it for around two days in that same hanging position.
  4. Let the acetone evaporate away to leave behind a soft and silky brush.

Method 4: Cleaning Acrylic Nail Brushes With Vinegar Solution

  1. In a glass container, make vinegar and water solution in a 1:2 ratio.
  2. Let the brush soak into that bowl of solution completely for around one hour.
  3. If you notice that the bristles are not bending, then you should let it soak for an hour more.
  4. If you haven’t cleaned the brush for a long time, you might need to put it in the vinegar solution for more than two hours.
  5. Rinse it with clean water to see if all the acrylic residues are out. Observe the brush closely, and if you find it unclean, then repeat the steps.
  6. Now, let the brush dry naturally under the air, in a clean surface like your zinc countertop, and then you can consider reusing it when it is completely dry.

Fixing up the Misshaped Acrylic Nail Brush Bristles

  1. Use a bowl with a mild liquid soap solution in it.
  2. Coat your acrylic nail brush with the solution.
  3. Let it soak for around 48 hours.
  4. Now, rinse the acrylic nail brush in cold water.
  5. And then, you must dip the brush into the bowl of the monomer solution.
  6. Take it out and let it air dry for around 2 hours to fix the shape of your brush’s bristles.

If you want to get a better visual idea of how you can reshape the acrylic brush to its natural form, then this article has a video link for you to access. It has a brief explanation of the step-by-step execution to help you understand the method better. Check out the video here!

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Sanitize the Nail Brushes?

Firstly, you should wash your hands with soap. Now place the acrylic or any type of nail brush in a bowl. Pour around 70%-90% Isopropyl Alcohol over the bowl and brush. Let the brush completely submerge within the bowl.

Now, let the brush soak in that solution for around 5 minutes. In fact, this is an ideal process to sanitize your brush. You can repeat the process for all the other nail art tools as well.

What Size or Type of Acrylic Nail Brush Is Best for Application?

Having the right set of brushes is important for nail artists or individuals to get the best results. In fact, you need to check the holding ability of the bristles. It is because they are responsible for containing the liquid and powder mix for ideal application.

Moreover, you will need different brushes to work around the edges of nails or cuticles for giving some mesmerizing details. Depending on your requirements, you can go with flat or square nail brushes, oval brushes, and others. To know more about the size and type of acrylic brush that is suitable for you, don’t forget to check out this article!

Nail art using acrylic brush

How Long Do the Acrylic Nail Brushes Last?

As per the reviews set by the nail technicians, the brushes last for around 3-12 months. But they need ideal maintenance to ensure that the bristles don’t harden or fall out. Therefore, regular cleaning is essential to ensure that these brushes complete their life span.

You can refer to this article to know more about the shelf life of a nail brush.


If you have some acrylic nail brushes lying in your drawer or closet, take them out and give them a cleaning spin. Learn the proper steps, and you will find it easy to revive the softness, flexibility, and effectiveness of the brush. In fact, acrylic brushes aren’t that cheap, and maintaining them over time, will make your investment worth it.

How to Clean Vinyl Records With Windex

Black vinyl records on black vinyl records

Most music aficionados own vinyl records for obvious reasons. However, dirt and dust often affect its effectiveness adversely. It could damage the quality of the sound and, in unfortunate events, destroy the record completely.

On the other hand, we always have our readers’ back, and that’s why we will be explaining how to clean vinyl records with Windex. Read on to find out!

How to Clean Vinyl Records With Windex

Windex is a commonly used glass cleaner, especially when the dirt gets stubborn. However, most people don’t know about this cleaning product because it also works on vinyl records. If you are an owner of some and would appreciate knowing how to go about it, read on.

This article focuses on how to clean vinyl records with Windex.

Assorted vinyl records

Step 1: Gather All the Necessary Things

This job will require you to have some things for it to be a success. They are:

  • Microfiber cleaning cloth
  • Warm water
  • Brush
  • Windex

There are things to keep in mind when selecting these items. For instance, too hot or too cold water will do more harm than good. Its importance is to rinse off the Windex cleaning solution after use.

The brush will be quite useful when removing dirt from grooves with ease. However, the bristles have to be soft so as not to damage the records in the process. When you find a place hard to reach, do not hesitate to grab the brush for the job.

One can’t insist enough on the importance of using microfiber cloth and not the other pieces of clothes. Vinyl records are pretty sensitive to the extent that some pieces of cloth can easily damage them. Fortunately, microfiber is too soft to spoil the records and is great for cleaning mother of pearls and drum sets as well.

As for the Windex, remember that it is quite harsh, making it better than using soap. It will require extra effort, but it is worth it from safety to effectiveness any day.

Nevertheless, don’t use one that contains alcohol or ammonia lest you regret thinking about cleaning the records in the first place.

Step 2: Wipe the Vinyl Records

Don’t dive into using your vinyl right away. The best way to go about it is to grab a brush and get rid of excess dust. It is also perfect when eliminating static.

Step 3: Give Your Vinyl Records a Simple Cleaning

Yes, still not time for Windex. You need to take a microfiber cloth and clean the vinyl record’s grooves. While at it, keep in mind that gentleness is key because scratches can compromise the sound quality or even damage the record completely.

Close-up photo of vinyl record

Step 4: Spray Windex on Your Vinyl Records

Due to its harshness, it is always essential to ensure that you use as little cleaning solution as possible. 

Upon spraying a little on your vinyl record, use a microfiber to spread it on every inch of it. 

Remember to be gentle because the records are rather super sensitive. Continue wiping the record until every drop of Windex dries up. Besides being gentle, you should also do it circularly.

You might notice dirt or debris left behind as you do so because some parts are tough to reach.

Spraying more Windex won’t help, which is why you shouldn’t be tempted to make that mistake. On the contrary, grab your soft-bristle brush and eliminate those right away.

Step 5: Rinse Them With Warm Water

Last but not least, rinse it with water. Ensure that the water is lukewarm and also use much of it during rinsing.

You can also watch this short video to know more about the cleaning process.

Why You Should Clean Your Vinyl Records?

You have reasons to prioritize cleaning your vinyl records. They include:

  • Extending the amount of time you can play the records before they get damaged completely.
  • For property maintenance which plays a significant role in determining its durability.
  • To remove mold and other stuff from new records, which are common and should be removed before using them for the first time.
  • It can be a remedy to a damaged record sometimes.

How Often You Should Cleaning Vinyl Records

It would be misleading to give an exact number of times you should clean your records. Instead, ensure that your needs and the specifications of the vinyl records manufacturer should guide you.

Nevertheless, under these circumstances, cleaning them would be a smart move.

  • Upon hearing a hissing sound, pop sound, or crackle, it is time to clean them. They are a clear indication that your records need cleaning right away.
  • Obviously, you need to clean them if one can see the dust on the vinyl records.
  • Last but not least, always ensure that you clean one before adding it to your collection. After all, you have no idea about its maintenance before acquiring it.

The bottom line is that cleaning the records regularly is essential for their proper maintenance.

Gray turntable and vinyl records

Tips When Cleaning Your Vinyl Records

You definitely don’t want to destroy your vinyl records in the name of cleaning them. That’s why you can’t afford to ignore some things. Check them out!

  • Always hold the edges of the vinyl records to avoid destroying them. It is recommended that you pick the record using both hands.
  • Lay the vinyl records down on their sides once you pick them.
  • Acid and oils often found on your hands are pretty destructive since they erode their protective layer.
  • Cleaning vinyl records with Windex is a suitable option in extreme cases such as track skipping and sound breaking.
  • When using the Windex cleaning solution, wearing protective gear, including hand gloves and face masks, is essential. They ensure that their harsh ingredients don’t get to you since that could be really unfortunate.
  • You can always clean the records regularly with water and a piece of cloth to avoid too much accumulation of dust and dirt enough to destroy your record.
  • Never forget to be as gentle as possible.
  • Always rub the record with the soft cloth and in circular motions.

Things to Do After Cleaning Your Vinyl Records

  • Dry your vinyl records completely before playing them. That’s because failure to do so will lead to the needle rusting, and that’s bad news for sure.
  • Store them in their sleeves. They guarantee their safety even when you are on the move. Additionally, you can always remove the records with ease when you intend to play them, and you can rest assured that they will still be intact when that time comes, no matter how long the period will be.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is It Safe To Clean Vinyl Records With Windex?

Yes, you can use the cleaning solution comfortably without having to worry about any damage. Despite that, it can be unsafe under these circumstances.

If Windex contains alcohol or ammonia, or when you spray it on the record instead of a soft cloth first. This is not about safety parse because it often damages the label and not the record failure to be gentle or not using circular motions when cleaning.

Is Windex The Only Way To Clean Your Vinyl Records?

No, that’s far from the truth. Other ways include using a brush, plain soft cloth, soap & water, or white vinegar. However, when dealing with tough stains, Windex is a sure bet.

Black vinyl records on black vinyl records


At the end of the day, your vinyl records will need cleaning. So why not go for a method that won’t disappoint? That’s where the Windex cleaning solution saves the day even when the stains get tough.

Remember that knowing how to clean vinyl records with Windex can avoid incidents that could destroy them as you try to do right by them. Remember the dos and don’ts at all times for durability and longer playability.

How to Clean a Sauna Suit

Sauna suit folded neatly

Sauna suits are designed to increase the body’s core temperature. Unfortunately, this often leads to sweating and picking up the stinky smell.

How to Clean a Sauna Suit

Sauna suits are easy to breed bacteria. Therefore, if you are using a sauna suit, you must know the method of cleaning it. Read the article below to get a view from your lens on the procedure of keeping a sauna suit clean.

Sauna suit folded neatly

Procedure to Clean Sauna Suit

Before you begin the cleaning process, it is essential to look at the checklist for cleaning a sauna suit.

  1. First, check the label of the suit.
  2. Post-workout cleaning.
  3. Wash with mild detergent.
  4. Hang dry the suit.

Materials Required

  • Fabric Cleaner/Gentle soap
  • Water

Step 1: Handwash It

Sauna suits are made up of nylon or PVC, which are easy to handwash at home. That said, the very first tip is to read the label.

  1. A lot of companies sell sauna suits, and every suit has differences in material. Therefore, it is advisable to read the label to prevent damage to your sauna suit.
  2. Pour any mild detergent and soak the sauna suit for half an hour. 
  3. Next, submerge the suit well in water, ensuring at length it is soaked in water.
  4. After half an hour, wash it well. Finally, wring the suit and rinse it in running water.

Sauna suits are easy to hand wash. With a little bit of detergent, the sweat breaks down. It ensures the bacteria build-up in the suit gets cleaned with ease.

Here is a video guide to follow for cleaning sauna suits.

Step 2: Machine Wash It

Sometimes after hand washes, it does not feel clean. In that case, if the label allows, you can wash it in the machine.

  1. Read the care label on the sauna suit and check the recommended temperature for washing the suit.
  2. Set the right temperature in the machine and then put gentle fabric cleaner.
  3. Next, select a gentle or delicate cycle in the machine for washing the sauna suit.
  4. Avoid full cycle spin, and this can damage the suit.
  5. Machine wash is simpler and quicker than hand wash. In addition, you don’t need to prepare the sauna suit before rinsing it well.

Step 3: Dry the Sauna Suit

Regardless of the technique, you used to wash the sauna suit and dry it well.

  1. Next, use hanger clips to hang the sauna suit outdoor.
  2. Keep it under the sun, in your clean Azek decking, and this will prevent any bacteria build-up after cleaning.
  3. Sauna suit takes time to dry; leave it overnight.

Do not wear it until the suit is thoroughly dry. After it has dried, use it again for workouts.

Step 4: Post-workout Care and Maintenance

Regular care beats the occasional cleaning of the sauna suit. It can prevent bacteria build-up, a foul smell, damage from the dried sweat.

  1. To keep the sauna suit fresh, wash it with tap water after every workout.
  2. Avoid scrubbing or washing it with harsh chemicals.
  3. Here is a tip that you can include in the post-workout care of the suit. Wear it and take a bath in the shower. This will ensure you don’t need further hand washing of the sauna suit.
  4. The procedure is simple and saves your time in mid-week.

If you train every day, wash it with detergent once a week. This completes the cleaning process of your sauna suit.

How to Store Sauna Suits

When you are not using one, you must store it well. The sauna suits are like any other suit; longevity lies in maintenance and care.

Sauna suits must be stored in a hanger and kept well under plastic wrap. The plastic wrap traps the heat, and it does not change with time. Therefore, sauna suits require consistent temperature in the room. Otherwise, it loosens over time.

Using plastic wrap is a tested method that does not require much effort. Also, never store the sauna suit without washing it with water. The germs grow in the sweaty arms of the sauna suit.

Sauna suits are used during workout sessions, and in combats, the heat traps inside the body, revving to sweat more. So clean it well, let it dry thoroughly, and after that, store it in the cupboard.

The mechanism of these suits is to trap heat inside, remember when you wash it, make sure you are washing it inside out. In addition, it helps in cleaning sweat stains from the suit.

These are the few things you must keep in mind while storing a sauna suit. It is also important to know the proper way how to use the sauna suit.

Types of Sauna Suit

Everybody requires a different type of sauna suit that suits the body type. Here are some which you can wear depending upon their features.

  • Sauna Suit Vests

The sauna suit vests for men are made with polyester and neoprene synthetic materials. The design and material are breathable, light, and flexible enough that you can move with ease.

It has a zipper which makes it comfortable to put on and off. It keeps your shoulders straight and compresses the body to fit perfectly into the vest.

  • Sauna Suit Jumper

The sauna suit jumper accelerates calorie burn. You can reach your daily exercise level within 30 minutes of working out.

The fabric is comfortable, which makes it easy during boxing or combat training. In addition, the sauna suit is made from ergonomic technology and has an attractive slim fit.

  • Full Body Women Shapewear Sauna Suit

It is perfect for wearing when you are running errands for grocery shopping. It makes weight loss easier and funky.

It has adjustable straps for easy put-in and zipper closure. It hides the extra fat like other shapewear and gives an hourglass body.

It heats your core abdominal area, making you sweat while performing daily activities. In addition, it helps in defining your waistline and smoothens the bulging fat around the waist.

Benefits of Sauna Suit

Before we begin, it is essential to look at the reasons why the sauna suit is popular. But, first, what are its health benefits?

Several companies sell sauna suits that suggest health benefits, although these are not backed up clinically.

A good workout drenched in sweat means you are giving it all for weight loss in the gym. The Sauna suits are designed with the purpose of weight loss by increasing fluid loss through sweating. Here are some benefits of a sauna suit.

  • Accelerated Weight Loss

Sauna suit enhances the body temperature, hence trapping the heat inside, resulting in increased perspiration: the more perspiration, the lesser water retention.

The sauna suit accelerates the weight loss process; the fat converts into energy when the sweating increases. This makes the fat burn and weight loss like a cakewalk for you.

  • Heat Retention in Cold Water

The sauna suit helps in the retention of heat in cold weather. So in cold weather, put on your sauna suit and go for a quick run in the park.

Wear a sauna suit in cold weather during exercise elevates the pulse rate and makes blood vessels flexible, encouraging harmonious all-round circulation and the flow of nutrients to the growing muscles.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Wash Sauna Suit In Washing Machine?

Yes. You can. The sauna suits are made up of neoprene synthetic material which can easily be washed in the machine. Turn the jacket inside out and keep it in the mesh bag.

Find the gentlest washing option and run it in cold water. Do not use an abrasive cleaner as it can damage the synthetic fiber of the sauna suit.

Do not put it in the dryer; use a cotton towel to wring out the extra water. Then, hang it in the well-conditioned room for drying.

How Long Should I Wear a Sauna Suit?

10-60mins at maximum. There is no definite answer to that. Sauna suits are designed to raise the body temperature and profuse sweating. But, it has ill effects too if worn for a long period.

If worn for too long while exercising, it can lead to dehydration and can be fatal. According to the official website of Hootsuite, wear it for 5-10mins when it is new. Let your body get adjust to this suit.

How Often Should I Wash the Sauna Suit?

Once a month, after every workout session, wash the sauna suit with water. If you are training every day, then wash it once a week with detergent.

Washing it with detergent cleans any microbial build-up inside the suit. Keeping a sauna suit in good care has rewarding benefits. The costly suit can be reused for years when it is maintained and washed regularly.


As a whole cleaning, a sauna suit is a simple, straightforward procedure. It does not require much prior knowledge. But, you have to make sure that whatever procedure you follow, you should read the label first.

The modern sauna suits have synthetic polymer, which is easy to maintain and clean. If you have a sauna suit, you are in the path of weight loss. So select the right one and set healthy goals for your body.