Suggested Scent: Grapefruit, Jasmine, Lavender

The use of technical fibres in exercise/swim/adventure clothing has dramatically increased over the past few years. Although some of these can be washed by machine, manufacturers are still recommending that you use a delicate soap to help preserve the integrity of the fibre to keep it looking and performing like new.

The lavender or grapefruit scent might be preferable as those essential oils have natural antiseptic properties.


  • Run tepid water and add Eucalan to running water.
  • Use directions on the bottle for dosage.
  • Insert article to be washed and soak for 15 minutes (minimum).
  • Squeeze article gently to incorporate water and soap through fibres.
  • No need to rinse.
  • Pull article out of water and gently squeeze out excess water. Do not twist or ring.
  • Lay flat to dry on drying rack or clean dry towel.
  • Important: Dry all items out of direct heat and sunlight.

  • Fill your bathtub about 1/3 of the way with tepid water and add 5mL/1 tsp of Eucalan per 4L/1G of water.
  • Place your yoga mat in the water.
  • Depending on the size of your yoga mat and bath tub it may be a bit of a squeeze, but do the best you can!
  • Once you have successfully submerged your mat, scrub the surface with cloth or brush.
  • Allow to soak for 5-10 minutes. 
  • Flip mat over to scrub other side, and soak for 5-10 minutes more.
  • Remove mat from water and gently squeeze to remove excess water. You may be surprised with how much water your mat has absorbed in the process.
  • Allow your mat to dry away from sunlight. We prefer to hang ours outdoors to dry naturally.
  • In between deep cleans, you can use a spray bottle filled with water and a small amount of Eucalan to wipe down your mat and keep it sanitized after each use.