How Tide Antibacterial Fabric Spray Changed My Fitness Life

In partnership with Tide

If you've ever taken a hot yoga class, you know that it gets hot and sweaty really easily.  And if you're me, you're already sweating before class even begins!  Yoga studios are hot and humid and the perfect place for bacteria, viruses, and germs to grow. As someone who practices yoga regularly, I thought a wipe down with my towel was enough, until I learned that bacteria can last for days on your mat and viruses can even last for weeks -- if you don't clean your mat well!

I used to think I was immune because I brought my own mat, but you can’t guarantee how clean the floors are at the studio, that's why I'm glad that I found Tide Antibacterial Fabric Spray.  Tide Antibacterial Fabric Spray is designed to kill 99.9% of bacteria* left behind on fabrics as well as fight germs on hard surfaces.

How I use it?  I just spray my yoga mat evenly until damp to kill bacteria, let it sit for 5 minutes (to make sure all of those guys are gone), and wipe down with a towel.  It's super easy and leaves my mat smelling and feeling brand new.

The best part is that it works on fabrics too!  Ever wash your sports bra, and find you need to wash it again?  Since we live in an apartment, it's hard to throw my sweaty workout clothes into a washer everyday.  Tide Antibacterial Fabric Spray solves that problem.  I like to spray my workout clothes immediately after a workout until slightly damp to ensure that all of the bacteria from my workout is gone.  Perks?  No more lingering SMellie Cay on my sports bras!

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*Effective against Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella enterica, Escherichia coli, and Proteus mirabilis on hard non porous surfaces; Enterobacter aerogenes, Staphylococcus aureus on soft surfaces/fabrics. Use as directed. Tide antibacterial Fabric Spray is effective against bacteria as called out in registration.
**This post was sponsored by my friends at Tide.  As always, all opinions are my own.

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