A good night’s sleep starts with the right mattress and a good bed, so it is important to know exactly how to take care of your mattress. Effective mattress cleaning techniques are key to helping you to keep your mattress life longer and provide you with sleep that is more comfortable at night.
Since we spend almost one-third of our lives in bed, it is important to know how to clean your mattress. If like many people, you have not thought about mattress cleaning that much then now you need to think about it.
Tips about how to make mattresses clean and healthy.
The fastest and preferable way to clean your mattress is to use your vacuum. Many vacuums come with a special upholstery tool, which is the best option to clean up your mattresses and ditch the dust. You can run the vacuum nozzle on the top and sides of the mattress and also can flip the mattress over and vacuum the underside too.
We all are aiming for a night with so many sweet dreams, but accidents do happen. If you have children and pets at your home then a mattress protector is a must. A mattress protector will absorb any liquid before it will make the mattress dump. Nowadays so many mattress covers are machine washable, which provides the easiest way to make them ready to fight any bacteria.
Cleaning the Stains
Even if we are taking so much care then also stains can occur, and when they do, you need to know how you need to clean your mattress safely. A specific upholstery shampoo is the best way to remove stains without harming your mattress. Most will come with instructions and directions for using it so you can use it in the right way.
You also can use alternative options like ‘dry soda’. Mix around a quarter of liquid detergent and a few teaspoons of water, mixing as you add the water a spoonful at a time. The mixture should then start to foam up. Scrape the top layer of foam into a small bowl and rub directly into the stained area of the mattress.
Try to use a dry sponge or soft brush to avoid getting the mattress wet. By scrubbing the baking soda into your mattress, you have helped it bond with moisture and body oils in the top layers of the material. Vacuuming it, a second time pulls that moisture out, along with the cause of the odors.
Plants may look good for the appearance of the house, but they will invite so many unwanted things, which is not good for your mattress. Dust, insects, and bacteria, all love plants but your mattress will not love them! If you want something, which makes you feel relaxed in the bedroom, try using fake plants instead.
If furthermore, your mattress looks dirty and needs professional cleaning then you are at the right place. Yes! Bio-Clean Carpet Cleaning can help you out with your mattress problems. Our experts will give you the best tips to maintain your mattress after mattress cleaning. We also provide Carpet cleaning, Upholstery cleaning, Pet odor removal, Air duct cleaning, Tile & Grout cleaning, and Rug cleaning.