How often should I clean the FIT Bodywrap?

After every session, make sure to thoroughly clean your FIT Bodywrap.

We also propose extensive cleaning on a weekly basis, as well as maintenance inspections once a month.

Maintenance on a daily basis — Following each session:

Step 1: Unroll the body wrap and arm wraps entirely to reveal the contents. Remove any garbage from the wrap and wipe away any leftover residue with a clean towel.

Step 2: Using a hospital-grade hydrogen peroxide-based disinfectant (we recommend PREempt), saturate the wrap and arms extensively, following the manufacturer’s directions for the length of time the cleaner should be left on.

Step 3: Wipe away the disinfectant with a clean towel to finish.

Step 4: Wipe away any chemical or cleaner residue with a clean, moist cloth to finish.

After you’ve finished drying the wrap, make sure to wipe the outside of it down with a damp cloth before closing it.

Maintenance should be performed on a weekly basis.

Cords should be inspected and detangled to ensure that they are fully and correctly plugged in.

To maintain optimal cleanliness, it is advised that you deep clean at least once each week. We recommend that you do this at the end of the night so that the room and wraps have time to air out before the next morning.

Maintenance is performed on a monthly basis.

Run a session to ensure that each heating zone is functioning properly.

Observe the wrap or trim on the outside for scuffs, stains, or other damage that can be cleaned using a foaming cleanser like Resolve. If you accidentally get this cleaning product on the vinyl inside of your wrap, it can cause the vinyl to dry up and become cracked.

Using a disinfectant-soaked clean cloth, carefully wash down the controller, making sure to get into any crevices where your employees or consumers may have had their fingers caught.

To eliminate dust buildup from the fan and vents of the controller, blow compressed air into the area.

Using a wire brush to clean the Velcro, remove any debris that has accumulated. Make sure not to damage or scuff the vinyl with your fingers.