User’s Guide: Buy an Infrared Sauna Equipped with These Important Features

Most users decide to buy products based on available features. The same is true when buying an infrared sauna – it is the features that attract homeowners to buy. That makes it important to learn all the available options and configurations before deciding which unit to purchase for your home. Let’s review a few of your options when looking to buy an infrared sauna.

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Wood is the primary component of any sauna. Softwoods are much preferred for an infrared sauna because hardwoods have densely-packed molecules that retain heat, causing it to be too hot to touch after the sauna has been running for some time. The wood used must also be non-toxic, and should not exude any gas.

The best types of wood to use in an infrared sauna are cedar and hemlock. Both are non-toxic soft woods with outstanding physical properties. Cedar doesn’t shrink when exposed to heat, making it resistant to warping and changing shapes. It retains heat effectively, and is a favorite among users for its forest-like fragrance. Hemlocks are also a very stable wood, and are perfect for people with allergies as they contain little resin and have virtually no odor.

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