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We Were Cleaning Before It Was Cool

IS FLOATING CLEAN?  IS IT SAFE?

Article by Adam P.

Photography by Various

Editor's Note: This article is a sponsored post.


2020, the year of toilet paper and hand sanitizer (among other nightmares). Many households and businesses have had to rethink their approach to cleaning and sanitation. At Sapphire Springs Float Spa, we've been cleaning and sanitizing well before it was the "in" thing to do.

So you've heard of floating, and you found Sapphire Springs, and you want to try it. Awesome. But next you're probably wondering, is it clean? Is it safe? We're happy to tell you: Yes, floating is clean! Yes, floating is safe! Sapphire Springs is committed to your health and safety, and we'd like to take this opportunity to tell you about our cleaning procedures especially in light of coronavirus.

When you come to visit us, our staff will be wearing face masks, and we ask that you do as well, until you reach your private float room. We'll do a quick temperature check when you arrive. We have three float pods, each in their own private room with private showers. That gives us a maximum capacity of five clients and one to two staff, so it's easy to social distance. 

We clean our float rooms and float pods every morning and following every client use. We focus especially on any high-touch spots, like the doorknob, shower handles, float pod entrances, etc. The high salt content in the float pods is naturally inhospitable to most germs, bacteria, and viruses. We also use hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) as a sanitizing agent in the water. The water is filtered through a two-stage filtration process and passes under a UV light to ensure cleanliness.

In this crazy world, it's still safe to float, and you deserve a chance to relax.

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