KEEPING UP YOUR HOME TREADMILL

Home treadmills can be a fantastic way to get exercise.  A home treadmill is a great deal that can help you maintain a regular fitness exercise to stay healthy. Like a body needs to keep up, so as a regular maintenance routine for your treadmill is the best way to keep it working at its peak performance level.

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Lubricate Your Treadmill

Once every three months or after every 25 hours of use, lubricate the walking belt with a silicone-based lubricant. Even if you don’t use the treadmill frequently, it is a need to keep the belt from drying out. When lubricating the belt, make sure that no lubricant will be left on the walking or running surface as this can cause to slip later. Let the treadmill run at a slow walking pace for about five minutes to evenly distribute the lubricant.

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Vacuum Inside

It is recommended to vacuum inside the machine once a year. Dusts build up of the machine as time passes by. It is a necessary part of treadmill maintenance, if a treadmill is not cleaned properly it can collect and spread disease, it also causes damage by corroding barring’s and can over heat many parts in the motor case. Make sure to switch off and unplug the treadmill before doing so to avoid any accidents. Sweep or vacuum under and around the treadmill to prevent dirt and dust from entering the machine at the base, the belt and around the platform.

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Wipe Down the Treadmill After Every Use

Clean the machine by wiping down the treadmill with a clean, damp cloth, or use a non – abrasive cleaner to remove sweat and dirt. Dodge out unwanted moisture around and on the console. Cleaning the treadmill after each use will help keep dirt and bacteria from basing up on the machine.

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Inspect and Tighten Nuts, Bolts, and Other Hardware

Check the screws and bolts and tighten if needed. Look at the belt’s alignment and tension. To ensure your treadmill is working efficiently, make to a point that the belt centered and well aligned.  Make a routine to inspect all fastening hardware to ensure that they are tightly fastened. 

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Storing Your Treadmill

When not in use, store your machine in dry area and void storing the treadmill in a wet or damp location. Seek a storage location that avoids extreme heat and high humidity. Place the treadmill on a clean mat to keep it off the floor. Cover the treadmill with a blanket, plastic sheet or tarp to protect it from dust and damage as well.