Properly maintaining your floatation tank will prolong its lifetime and ensure a continued excellent floating experience.
Here i put together a few recommendations i hope you find useful:
- Ensure the temperature of water is at preset levels
- Ensure float solution is clear and not cloudy
- Check water level is at optimal levels
- Check for debris in the water and around the walls
- Test pH of solution
- Wipe the interior of the pod of condensation and magnesium oxide ring on the waterline
- Add 5 – 10 ml of chlorine per day (end of the day)/alternatively up to 50ml of Hydrogen Peroxide may be used as well
- Ensure there are no floating objects in the pod such as towels
- Clean and dry salt water spillage on lip of the pod, sides and door of pod
- Check for hair and other debris on and around the sides of pod
- Clean and dry surrounding area
- Test for salinity, top up salt if necessary
- Check chemical level in bottles
- Change filters if necessary
- Clean the inside of the engine pod
- Ensure all connections are tightly connected
- Ensure users are free from massage oils, hair products, shampoo and body wash before entering the pods.
- Fresh hair dye may leech from the hair into the pod due to reactions with salt water. It is recommended that they not use the pod until at least after 1 week after the dye job. Do speak with the product manufacturer and/or specialist before entering the pod.
- Certain products may contain compounds that may react/oxidize adversely with Epsom salt solution. Do ensure that the customer not bring any such products into the pods as much as possible.