I’ve been building a homemade sauna and I’m excited to share my recipe!
I love how it feels in your hands when you open the door and see the beautiful water tank you built!
And if you want to go the extra mile and actually do something with your water tank, you can get some amazing equipment here: http://www.crowdfundit.com/project/diy-sauna-and-water-tank-for-diy/158050/ The easiest way to get started is to find a water tank with the proper sized holes, a water hose and a pump.
It is also important to be sure that your pump is capable of being submerged for a while.
If you want a little more water pressure, you will need a large aquarium with an overflow tank.
A large tank is also best for a larger person like myself.
You can also buy a water heater or an air conditioner.
For a very portable sauna experience, I use my homemade saunas from a few years ago.
The biggest difference is that my saunums are made of wood.
If the wood is damaged or destroyed, the water tank is no longer functional.
But I always keep some extra wood to replace the damaged parts if needed.
Now, for the DIY sauna!
This is a DIY saunus that you can build yourself.
It can also be purchased from Amazon, Home Depot, Lowes, and most hardware stores.
You need to have a good supply of the correct tools.
For this project, you need a drill, a drill press, a screwdriver, a socket wrench, a bit of glue, and some patience.
There are a few different ways to build this sauna.
The first is to buy a small drill.
You will need about an inch and a half of 1/4 inch bit to drill a hole into the wood.
The second is to use a small screwdriver.
It will be slightly larger than an ordinary screwdriver for this project.
You should also have some sort of glue to stick to the wood, like a thin piece of plastic.
The third method is to drill two holes in the wood and fill the holes with cement.
This is the easiest way because the holes will be flush with each other and will be easy to access when you are ready to start building the sauna later.
When you have all the right tools and the glue, you are done!
You can build the saunters in about 10 minutes, but it will take longer if you have a large enough supply of glue.
The instructions are in the video below.