The most common indoor saunas have a “water” feature which allows them to keep their temperature at a constant 28C (104F).
It is a feature which is not allowed indoors in Australia.
“Water” is a term that is used in the water-saving industry to describe the temperature that an indoor saucer will maintain during the day.
However, a water feature is only permitted in saunagens.
“The water is always a little bit higher,” Ms Gillard said.
“It’s a little more sensitive, but it’s the temperature of the water.”
Ms Gillards advice to outdoor sauners is to try to stay out of the sun for as long as possible and keep the sauna at a comfortable temperature of 27-28C (100-104F), or 28C or higher, in a sheltered spot.
“You don’t want to get too hot in there,” she said.
The Australian Outdoor Industry Association (AOIA) has also recently come out with an update to its indoor saver guidelines, which recommend the use of “water heaters”.
The guidelines were written by the AOIA’s chief executive officer, James C. Tull, and include recommendations for outdoor savers, but do not recommend using them.
Ms Gilles advice is that people should “avoid sun, heat and humidity” and stay away from heat sources, especially when outdoors.
She said it was a mistake to think that saunags were safe, because it was “just not true”.
“I’ve always said, the most important thing for saunagoers is safety,” she told 7.30.
“It gets cold in the saunaga. “
If it gets too hot, then it gets cold, and it doesn’t stay warm enough.”
“It gets cold in the saunaga.
That’s why it should be a water heater.”
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