Regular cleaning is essential to keep your mat in good condition. Here are some effective ways to clean your mat:

Daily cleaning:

After each yoga practice, workout or Pilates class, use a clean cloth or towel to wipe your mat. Dampen a cloth with water and gently wipe the surface of the mat. If necessary, you can also use a mild natural soap to remove stubborn stains or dirt.

Deep cleaning of the mat:

In addition to daily washing, regular deep cleaning of the mat is important. This can be done with a gentle cleaner made from natural ingredients. One effective home cleaner is a mixture of water, lemon juice or white vinegar. Mix the ingredients in a spray bottle and lightly spray on a clean cloth. Wash the mat evenly. Then wipe the mat with clean water and let it dry completely before rolling it for storage.


Avoid harsh chemicals:

When cleaning a polyurethane rubber mat, it is important to avoid using aggressive chemicals or cleaners that can damage the material. Instead, choose natural, non-toxic cleaners that are gentle on the mat surface and safe for your skin.


General care tips for polyurethane rubber mats

In addition to regular cleaning, there are some general care tips that can help maintain the quality and durability of your mat:

Storage of the mat: Proper storage is essential to keep the mat in good condition. After cleaning and drying completely, roll the mat loosely with the top side (the side with the logo on it) facing outward. Avoid folding the mat, as this can cause creases and damage the material. Store the mat in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Avoid rough surfaces: When using the mat, be mindful of the surface you place it on. Avoid practicing on rough surfaces that can damage the structure of the mat. Additionally, be careful with sharp objects or jewelry that can potentially scratch the mat.

Mat rotation: To ensure even wear, it is a good idea to rotate the mat regularly. This will prevent excessive wear in specific areas and help maintain the overall integrity of the mat.

Airing out your mat: Allow your mat to air out and breathe after each use. This will help prevent moisture and bacteria buildup, keeping the mat fresh and odor-free.

Avoid sun exposure: While it is important to let the mat air dry, avoid leaving it in direct sunlight for long periods of time. Prolonged exposure to the sun can cause material degradation and loss of adhesion.

By following these cleaning and care tips, you can be sure that your polyurethane rubber mat will remain in excellent condition, providing you with an excellent quality and hygienic training surface.

In summary, maintaining a polyurethane rubber yoga mat is crucial to maintaining its quality and ensuring safe and comfortable practice. By incorporating regular cleaning and general maintenance practices into your routine, you can extend the life of your mat and enjoy its benefits for years to come!


See the mats available in our online store: