The yoga mat carefully bought back will be your good friend for practicing
yoga from now on. Careful care is indispensable when treating a good friend. If
you buy a yoga mat, you often use it but never maintain it. The dust and sweat
accumulated on the surface of the yoga mat will eventually endanger the health
of the owner, so it is necessary to clean the yoga mat frequently.
To ensure hygiene, it is best to clean it every other week. The easiest way to clean is to mix two drops of detergent with four bowls of water, spray it on the yoga mat, and then wipe it with a dry cloth. If the yoga mat is already very dirty, you can also use a cloth dipped in washing powder to gently wipe the yoga mat, then rinse it with clean water, and then roll up the yoga mat with a dry towel to absorb the excess water. Finally, dry the yoga mat.
It should be noted that the amount of washing powder should be as small as possible, because once the washing powder remains on the yoga mat, the yoga mat may become slippery. In addition, do not expose the yoga mat to the sun when you dry it.
In fact, there are many more knowledge about yoga mats-how to choose each kind of yoga mat? Where can I buy cheap yoga mats? All these need further research by yoga enthusiasts. But in the final analysis, the knowledge of yoga mats is dead, but it is alive when used on people. What suits you is always the best.
The thickness of Yoga Mat is mainly 3 mm, 4 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm, and 7 mm. Among them, 6 mm is the standard thickness, which is more suitable for beginners. The TPE cushion can reach 10 mm, which is very soft.
When choosing, be sure to choose a softer one, stick to the ground, strong grip when flat, and not slide when sweating. It is best to be easy to carry, and it should have better waterproof and non-slip performance, even if it is sweating. Dripping can also practice smoothly. The bottom of the mat is full of particles and will not slip.
Yoga Mats are very skin-friendly. Whether we stand, sit, lie down, or lie down, our skin is in direct or indirect contact with it, especially the longest contact with the feet. Of course, bacteria will inevitably occur. The cleaning process is very important. Many people use disinfectants to clean directly. The result is corrosion to the mat, shortening the life of the mat.
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