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How to Maintain Your Infrared Heater Safely for a Long Time Use?

As Infrared Heaters serve as the best outdoor heating solutions, they are designed to withstand hostile outdoor conditions. However, this doesn't mean that they are not affected by other environmental conditions like dirt and dust. On the other hand, the effect of these external factors can easily be deal with sufficient and regular cleaning.

You would love to hear that Infrared Heaters don't only give you comfort in heating but also bring the simplicity of easy maintenance in your lives. For cleaning your Infrared Heaters, you do not need anything apart from a microfiber cloth. However, do not forget to follow safety procedures for cleaning; let's quickly look at them below. 

Make Sure That the Heater Is Cooled Down.

Even if most of the Infrared Heaters are equipped with cool-to-the-touch cabinets that disperse the heat, Infrared Heaters get extremely hot while they are working. So if you decide to clean your heater right after using it, make sure you are giving it enough time to cool down completely before starting the cleaning process. It will approximately take 20 to 30 minutes for the heater to cool down completely. It is also highly advisable to remove the plug from the socket during the cleaning. 

Avoid Using Any Cleaning Products.

You can clean your heater with only a damp cloth. You don't need ant cleaning products to clean your heaters. On the contrary, you might even cause damage if you use any additional products. Thus, make sure that you have a clean damp cloth in your hand to wipe down any dirt or residue carefully.   


It is essential to have a regular maintenance routine if you want to keep your heater's like-new condition for a long time. Please check the maintenance section of your heater's users' manual before starting any cleaning maintaining processes.


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  • Ron Burd on

    Can you change the heating element of a model 15 unit? This is the second one that has stopped working. Thank you.


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