In case you haven’t thought about your mattress lately, consider this: you sleep on it for six, seven, or eight hours a night. During this time, dust, dead skin cells, sweat, and oil from your body can enter into the fabric, possibly causing yellow stains.
Regularly cleaning your mattress is a good idea whether you suffer from allergies or not. To keep your bed fresh, dust-free, stain-free, and odor-free, we at Kleenrite recommend following this advice every few months.
1. Dust off
The simplest way to remove dust is to use your vacuum cleaner’s upholstery tool. Ideally, this should be done every couple of months or even more often if one of the family members has allergies. Examine the top and sides of the mattress and as much as you can of the bed frame.
Draw dust from beneath the fabric by pressing down firmly on the tool or tapping it on the fabric. Use the crevice tool to smooth out any wrinkles in the quilting, along the edge welting, and the attachment point for a pillow top.
Many newer vacuums now include tools that vibrate against mattress and upholstery fabrics in order to remove dust more effectively.
2. Steam it up a bit.
Steam the mattress with a garment steamer, holding the nozzle as close to the fabric as possible (without causing the steamer to drip).
Steam penetrates deeply into carpets and kills dust mites near the surface. Is there no steamer? Make short bursts of steam with your iron.
3. Eliminate stains
If you sleep by your pets or prefer to snack in bed, your mattress is prone to have stains. The quickest approach to get rid of them is to use a carpet and upholstery cleaner that is designed to get rid of pet stains.
You don’t want to over-wet the mattress. After the stain has been removed, rinse the area with a moist towel to remove any remaining cleanser. Before making the bed, dab the area with a dry cloth and allow the mattress to dry completely.
Bed stains are inevitable, as long as you sleep or lie on them, though, the extent to which you have stains is different for different users and other circumstances. However, shared above are 3 quick DIY methods you can use in cleaning your Mattress.
Peradventure you had thought the best option to make your mattress look and smell fresh is to dispose and get an entirely new one, we believe this article has helped you to see the possibilities, you don’t need to break the bank to buy a new mattress, except you want to change the size.
This approach can also be used in the cleaning of your home and office furniture, first off, dust off, then steam it up and remove stains.
The mattress is not like your regular bedspread, so please washing every day is not the best for the shelf life of that bed, only clean when it is necessary. These simple approaches can save you time and money. If you have a vacuum cleaner and other required equipment, typical mattress cleaning should be done in less than 30minutes.
At Kleenrite you can contact us for a supply of cleaning equipment and deep cleaning services.