The recommended way to clean a yoga mat requires a few simple cleaning supplies. Here are the basic steps you can follow to clean your mat:
Begin by removing any debris or dirt that may be on the surface of the mat. You can use a broom or a vacuum cleaner to remove any loose dirt, or you can shake the mat outdoors to remove any dust or dirt.
Next, mix a solution of mild detergent and warm water in a spray bottle or a bucket. The solution should be strong enough to clean the mat, but not so strong that it will damage the mat or leave a residue.
Once you have prepared the cleaning solution, spray or pour it onto the surface of the mat, making sure to cover the entire mat evenly. Use a sponge or a cloth to scrub the mat, paying particular attention to any stains or areas of heavy dirt.
After you have scrubbed the mat, rinse it thoroughly with clean water to remove any soap residue. You can use a hose or a bucket of water to rinse the mat, making sure to rinse both sides of the mat.
Once the mat is clean and rinsed, you can roll it up or hang it up to dry. Make sure to avoid direct sunlight or heat sources, as these can damage the mat.
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