Electric heaters: Remove stones up to the top of the resistors and position the product so that the resistors are not in contact with the product. Put the stones back in so that the funnel section is visible.
Woodburning stoves: Remove stones up to the top of the furnace, leaving a thin layer of stones on the surface of the furnace and inserting the product. Put the stones back in so that the funnel section is visible.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: When you start bathing, first pour some water into the appliance to stabilize the vapor pressure. After that, pour water into the bucket at a time according to your needs. The best steam is obtained when the temperature in the sauna is 60-80 degrees. (Genuine stove) If you use lake water with humus, the stainless steel wool inside may become clogged during use, then remove the wool using a nose pliers, wash and replace the wool. If you want the water to run slower, use a screwdriver to compress the wool, for example.
Electric oven: Lift stones until the upper part of the resistor is exposed, place the product in place so that it does not touch the resistor itself. Put the stones back so that they do not cover the funnel.
Woodburning stove: Lift stones so that only a thin layer of stones remains. Put the product in place and place the stones back so that they do not cover the funnel.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS: As you begin to brush, pour a small amount of water into the unit so that the steam pressure stabilizes. After this, water can be added one scoop at a time according to one’s own need. The optimum temperature is at 60-80 degrees.