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A good general rule of thumb is that you should clean your yoga mat after every other practice (or every practice if it gets super sweaty). You can clean your yoga mat the. Keep your yoga mat shiny and new with our helpful infographic because, if nothing else, it’s spring cleaning season. You have no excuse. Warning: fellow class goers may ask you for your clean-mat tricks—even while you’re relaxing in Shavasanah.
Step 1. Spray your exercise mat with a household disinfectant spray. Let the spray set for 5 minutes and then wipe the mat with a terry cloth. Turn the mat over and spray the other side, allowing the mat to air dry over a chair or shower rod. That’s your trusty yoga mat.
With regular use, it gets covered in dirt, oils, and—if you’re doing it right—plenty of sweat. It’s enough to wonder how to clean your yoga mat the right way. You want just enough soap to clean off your mat. Using too much detergent can make your mat slippery and difficult to practice asanas on.
Mix 1 tablespoon (15 ml) of laundry detergent or dish soap for every 1 gallon (3.8 L) of lukewarm tap water. Some sources suggest using vinegar to wash your mat. Sometimes a mat benefits from a deeper cleaning treatment.
For such cases, fill up your tub with an inch or two of water and add several drops of essential oil and a splash of white vinegar. Immerse your mat for just minute or so — don’t let it get too water-logged. Remove your mat and drain the tub. To clean your mat: Add warm water and a few drops of dish soap into a spray bottle.
Spritz your mat with the solution then scrub it firmly with a microfiber cloth. Don’t be too vigorous with your scrubbing though, since you want to keep the naturally sticky nature of your mat intact. Be sure to spray and scrub both of its sides.
Mats and rubber flooring are much easier to keep clean. With mats, you can just wipe them down with a disinfectant cloth and then let them dry. Resist the urge to sanitize the mats with alcohol.
Instead, use a simple cleaning solution made of soap and distilled water. Dip a soft cloth into the cleaning solution and run it across the surface of the mat. Mats are porous and you want to avoid any water seeping into the holes, so be sure that the cloth is damp but not saturated. Thoroughly clean yoga mats. One of the dirtiest places for germs to hide is on a yoga or fitness mat.
These are usually porous and soft and can harbor a lot of bacteria. Make sure you clean these thoroughly. Consider throwing your yoga mat into the bathtub.
This gives you a lot of room to clean your mat.
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