Mattress cleaning tips

April 29, 2006

In this issue we would like to share some tips on how to take care of your mattress. And if you still can’t solve it, just contact us to help you handle the situation.

Mattress Cleaner Tips by Dean Cecere

A suitable mattress cleaner should definitely be used for those unfortunate accidents. We do not recommend simply letting the mattress dry and forget it ever happened. Your mattress may be dry, but the odors will still linger, and the stains will surely set. Young children, pets and even adults have been having accidents in bed, and that’s not about to stop any time soon. Whether it’s urine, vomit or you just happen to spill something while having breakfast in bed, you should have a good quality mattress cleaner at hand. The question is what to use, and what actually works to remove those awful stains and odors.

There are a few solutions out there that can be of assistance, and a variety of products that can be used as mattress cleaner that will do the trick. A few mattress cleaning products include Natures Miracle, Bane-Clene which is great for allergies, and a well recommended mattress cleaner used by the hotel industry called ProKlean seems to work very well. If you do not have any of these, there is still hope as there are a few other products that are very effective and can play the part of a mattress cleaner. A good quality upholstery shampoo usually does the job, and you can get them just about anywhere. The sooner you treat the affected surface, the easier it will be to remove the odor and stain, so if you happen to have upholstery shampoo in your home, try that.

Nothing is worse than having recently spent a large sum of money on a good quality pillow top mattress, and then finding out that your dog has just urinated on it. You always have the option to call a professional mattress cleaner, but sometimes the situation can be a little embarrassing, not to mention fairly costly. It’s always better just to do our own dirty work when we can. A mattress cleaner is not only useful for accidents, we also sweat a lot when we sleep, and over time, your mattress just doesn’t smell as fresh as you would like. To regain that smell, there is also a practical solution. It’s a good idea to first vacuum the mattress surface on both sides before you go ahead and use your preferred mattress cleaner product. This will rid your mattress of dust and mites. Furthermore, changing the sheets as often as possible will usually help keep that fresh scent and feel, longer before you feel the need to pull out the mattress cleaner once again.

Dean Cecere is a successful author and contributor of resourceful interior decorating articles.

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3 Responses to “Mattress cleaning tips”

  1. emily Says:

    We’ve got builders in and some water came through the ceiling and had wet part of my mattress. It doesn’t look as though it will stain and it doesn’t smell but the water has gone right through to the other side. What is the best way of drying it thoroughly?

    Many thanks,
    Emily.

  2. maxvalue Says:

    u can use some detergent to clean that wet area first, and after that wipe it with clean water.
    U can use ur fan to make it dry. Just let it blow on that area until it’s dry.
    😉


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