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Maintenance of Your Massage Chair

Having a massage chair in your home or office is indeed a privilege and a blessing. The amount of comfort and benefits they bring make them well worth the high price they are placed at. None the less, like everything else in our use, massage chair tend to get worn out and eventually break and need to be replaced over a span of time. But this does not mean that you don’t exert effort in prolonging the life span of your investment.

Having good handling habits and regular maintenance would ensure that your chair stays with you for a longer period of time. Many website these days have tons of tips to follow in order to maintain your massage chair and to get the best out of them. For example:

  • Use only the correct electric cable that is supplied with your unit. If overtime, the cable gets damaged or broken, you can always order replacements from the seller’s website or visit the store to get one.
  • Make sure you buy the right sized chair. If you are unable to fit into the chair properly you may end up damaging the internals due to excess weight or pressure.
  • Most chairs have leather as the main body material and it tends to attract dust over time. Be careful though when you are using solvents as the internal of the chair has electronics and any excessive use water based solvents could damage your chair. Try to dust off from time to time.
  • In case of any issue, do not attempt to dismantle it by yourself. Once again, remember that this is not a usual piece of furniture. It’s best to call for an authorized repair technician to solve your issue if the product is under warranty. If not, still contact the seller and ask for alternatives, you may also do some internet research or ask for recommendations from colleagues or friends. However, never attempt to do repairs by yourself.