WASH: Fill a tub (or large basin) with warm water and add one capful of Wash. Drop your mat into the mix and grab a clean kitchen sponge (don’t use a coarse scrubber or steel wool pad…you shouldn’t need one, and it may damage your mat). Gently scrub your mat to buff of any dirt spots.
RINSE your mat very well with clean, lukewarm water to ensure all soap is removed from the mat surface (any residue remaining could make your mat slippery). Don’t squeeze out your mat as you rinse; just let the soap run off of it naturally.
DRY: The best way to dry your yoga mat is to let it air dry on its own. Be sure to leave it unrolled while it dries to avoid moisture becoming trapped between the folds. If you don’t have room to lay it out on the floor you can hang it on your shower curtain rod or towel bar, or even outside if it’s not too hot.
If you have to roll it up or don’t have a good place to hang your mat up to dry, place a dry bath towel or beach towel on top of your mat and then roll them up together. The towel should absorb a good deal of the water as it is pressed out. Be aware that this will not completely dry the mat though.
Yoga mat should be completely dry before storing.
Aqua, Potassium Oleate (saponified sunflower oil)*, Potassium Cocoate (saponified coconut oil)*, Glycerin*, Sodium Chloride (Sea Salt), Citric Acid, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) Oil*, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil*, Citrus limonium (Lemon) Oil*, Citrus paradisi (Grapefruit) Oil*, Thymus vulgaris (Thyme) Oil. * = organic/organique