If you never operated a steam shower before, now may be the perfect time to start. After all, they’ve been making a big comeback in recent years thanks to their many health benefits. In this blog post, we will explore the basics of how to operate a steam shower and give you tips on how to get the most out of it. From choosing the right model to installing it yourself, everything you need to know is here.
Planning Your Steam Shower
To operate a steam shower, ensure that you have the following supplies: an adapter to connect your shower hose to the steam outlet on the shower head, a bucket of hot water to fill your reservoir and a shower head. Place your feet in the bucket of hot water and turn on the steam before stepping into the shower. Allow the steam to heat up the water in your reservoir before stepping in. Once you are fully wet, turn off the steam and enjoy your relaxing bath.
Setting Up The Shower
If you’re looking for an easy way to get clean, a steam shower is a great option. Here’s how to set one up:
1. Measure your space. You’ll need to know the dimensions of your shower head and the size of your shower enclosure. You can find this information on the manufacturer’s website or in the user manual that came with your unit.
2. Buy the essentials. You’ll need some basic supplies for setting up a steam shower, including water heater, faucet, hose, and safety gear like masks and gloves.
3. Connect the hoses. Make sure the hoses are connected to each other and to the water heater before turning on the water. If you’re using an existing drain system, make sure it can handle the extra flow from your steam shower unit.
4. Set up the shower head. Place the shower head on top of the pipe coming out of your water heater and tighten down on the bolts that hold it in place. Be sure to secure it at both ends so it doesn’t move during use!
5. Fill up the tank with water and turn on the hot water supply valve by turning it counterclockwise (left-handed people should turn it clockwise). The red light will come on to indicate that hot water is available; turn off this valve when you’re done bathing by turning it back anticlockwise (right-handed people should turn it clockwise).
Unpacking Your Steam Shower
When unpacking your new steam shower, be sure to assemble all the parts before starting. This will help insure a smooth and easy installation.
1. Open the package and remove all of the packing materials.
2. Lift up the main support frame and set it aside.
3. Remove the two corner supports from the front of the frame, then unscrew and remove them.
4. Lift up the top panel on the front of the frame and remove it.
5. Unbolt and remove both shower head arms (usually black).
6. Unscrew both bolts that hold in each rail on top of the shower head arm (usually silver).
7. Carefully lift off each rail, being careful not to drop any screws or bolts down into the tub below!
8. If you ordered an adjustable spray head, now is a good time to install it by screwing it on to each rail in reverse order from how you took them off (so that the adjusting bolt goes through first). Be sure to tighten both bolts evenly – too tight can damage your spray head!
9. Replace top panel, screws, rails & arm guards, then reattach corner supports & Frame support (see above for details).
10. Reinstall main support frame & push back against wall until clips fit into slots in mounting bracket (see photo for reference). Snap brackets into place – don’t over-tighten!
11 . Turn
Cleaning and Maintenance of your Steam Shower
The steam shower is a luxurious and invigorating way to cleanse and refresh yourself. Follow these simple tips to keep your steam shower in top condition:
1) Remove the water and cleaning solution tanks before every use. Dirty tanks will reduce the efficiency of the steam shower.
2) Keep the floor clean and free of scratches or other disturbances that could lead to leaks. Check for water leaks daily, paying special attention to joints, sponges, and seams. Repair any leaks promptly.
3) Hang up the shower curtain when you are done using it. This will help maintain humidity levels and keep bacteria from spreading throughout the bathroom. Cleaning the curtain is a simple task that can be done while it is in storage.
4) Maintain a positive pressure inside the steam room by closing all cracks and openings leading outside air into the room. This will help prevent water from condensing on surfaces inside the room and causing damage.
If you’re like most people, you love taking a steam shower but find yourself struggling to figure out how to operate it properly. In this article, we’ll teach you the basics of how to operate a steam shower so that you can get the most out of your experience. We’ll also discuss some safety tips so that you don’t end up with any injuries while using one of these amazing showers!