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Did you know that your body sheds around 15 million skin cells every night? Your mattress and pillow accumulate dust, sweat, dust mites, and saliva every night, making it a breeding ground for germs. Over time, your pillows and mattress could become weighed down, thus reducing the lifespan of your mattress and bedding.
It may seem shocking at first, to think about your sleep haven housing germs but there are steps you can take to clean mattress stains and bedding. Let’s talk about mattress sanitizing and what you can do today to sleep cleaner tonight.
Removing mattress stains is a delicate task because it’s important not to get your mattress too wet
Removing mattress stains is a delicate task because it’s important not to get your mattress too wet. Gently mist the mattress with an antibacterial spray and blot with a damp cloth. You could also mist with vodka from a spray bottle to kill germs. Blot dry with a damp or dry cloth and allow dry completely before dressing the bed.
Cleaning a memory foam mattress can be a little tricky because memory foam is not meant to get wet. However, if you’re gentle in your cleaning process you could get it nice and clean. Gently mist your memory foam mattress with an antibacterial spray to kill germs, gently blot with a very damp or dry cloth.
Remove all the bedclothes; sheets, pillowcases, protective covers, throw it in the washer and put on a hot cycle. Check the label on the bedclothes for the highest temperature they can handle.
Now that your mattress is bare, it’s time to grab your vacuum cleaner and vacuum every inch of the mattress. Using the upholstery attachment, get into every corner, behind the mattress, and under the bed too.
Depending on the condition of your mattress, it may be best to spot clean with a mattress stain remover. Take care with a memory foam mattresses because they’re not supposed to get wet at all. Apply the stain remover to a cloth and dab the stain with the cloth. After which, dab the stain with a damp cloth, don’t apply water directly to your mattress. Less is more here, so use as little as possible.
Baking soda is a wonderful household cleaner and you can even wash your face and brush your teeth with it. Sieve some baking soda on your mattress or sprinkle it on with your fingers. Let it sit for as long as possible, it may be best to apply before leaving for work in the morning. The Baking soda on mattress will soak up any moisture left and will neutralize odors.
So you’ve left your baking soda to sit as long as possible, now its time to reach for your trusty vacuum and vacuum up the baking soda off your mattress. Ensure to get into all the tight corners and under the mattress seams too.
Flip your mattress over and repeat the process by vacuuming all over and preparing to spot clean mattress. Ensure not to get any water on the mattress by using a cloth to dab the stain remover on and a damp cloth to dab the stain after. Sprinkle the baking soda and let sit for as long as you can, vacuum again and voilà, a beautiful clean mattress no matter which way you flip it.
Now that you’ve gone to the trouble of cleaning your mattress, it’s time to protect it from future dust and dirt. An organic cotton mattress protector is a great investment in keeping your mattress dry and stain free. A mattress protector makes a massive impact on the health of your mattress and its longevity.
There are times when trying to remove stains from mattress when it’s too late. If your mattress is over ten years old, you’re finding it uncomfortable, or you can’t find a cozy sleep position. It may be time for a mattress upgrade. A pressure relieving mattress will align your spine and support every muscle in your body. Sleeping on an uncomfortable mattress has a lasting impact on your sleep health and as we know, quality sleep is needed for active days.
Steam cleaning can not only kill dust mites but loosen up sweat stains on a mattress, making them easier to clean
Steam cleaning can not only kill dust mites but loosen up sweat stains on a mattress, making them easier to clean. A handheld steamer will work wonders (such as the one you would use to steam clothes). Use intermittent bursts of steam because you don’t want to make the mattress all wet. Flip it over and steam both sides, allow to dry completely before dressing the bed.
When cleaning mattress, an antibacterial spray will disinfect and kill germs and could remove sweat stains too. It’s important to be gentle here because you don’t want to soak your mattress. Lightly mist the antibacterial spray (don’t use bleach) all over your mattress. Using a damp cloth that you’ve rung out as much as possible, gently blot the mattress surface. Open a window in your room to help ventilate and dry your mattress.
Alcohol is another great disinfectant you can use in your mattress sanitizing. Using the same process as the antibacterial spray method. Use a spray bottle that contains your vodka to lightly mist your mattress. Blot with a dry cloth and allow your mattress to dry completely before dressing it.
This is where you would consult a professional to clean mattress stains and sanitize. Some cleaning companies have specially made machines to deep clean your mattress. The UV light is so intense to the mattress germs that it dies immediately in contact with the ultraviolet radiation.
Mattress sanitizing may seem like a difficult task but it’s easier than you think. It only takes a little preparedness and a little time.
Once you’ve cleaned your mattress use a mattress protector to ensure it stays clean. It could also help to prolong your mattress lifespan by keeping it dry and clean.