When To Have Your Mattress Cleaned?
Cleaning your mattress every six months to one year is a great way to maintain it in top condition. Common accidents such as stains, odors, water damage, and bed bugs may require immediate attention. In either event, we’re here to make the process quick, easy and affordable.
It’s surprising to know that many people aren’t aware that you can clean a mattress. Mattress fabrics, as with most other fabrics, soil over time by absorbing items from the surrounding environment along with a steady buildup of your biological ‘left overs’.
The average person spends about 1/3 of their life sleeping, most likely in their own beds. This is much more time than one would wear a favorite t-shirt or outfit and yet, these items are typically laundered after each use. Your mattress can be sanitized in less time it takes to wash a load of laundry!
As with anything else on a bed, your mattress should be cleaned also.
Mattresses should be cleaned to:
- Prevent the build-up of biological matter
- Prevent the accumulation of allergens such as dust mite, pet dander, pollen
- Remove mattress stains
- Remove mattress odors
- Protect and provide routine fabric care
Online DIY information provides useful ways to clean a mattress, such as vacuuming, baking soda and enzymes. These are great neutralizers for specific stains, however they must penetrate as deep as the stain and then be flushed and extracted out of your mattress properly to avoid mold and mildew. Clean Sleep’s Technology will do the heavy lifting for you and leave you with a mattress that is clean and sanitized!
Can You Clean a Mattress?
Yes, WE can! Our Clean Sleep Technology is based on years of research searching for the best and most effective ways to clean mattresses. If you are specifically looking for mattress cleaning, we are committed to it!
Clean Sleep provides a professional mattress cleaning service like nothing you’ve seen before. Our process utilizes our patent-pending Clean Sleep Machine - a unique, one-of-a-kind, process engineered and developed machine that was designed specifically for the purpose of cleaning and sanitizing mattresses.
There are five important steps to our mattress cleaning system. Each step targets different ailments and work together toward the common goal of a cleaner mattress in your home.
Other Ways for Cleaning a Dirty Mattress
A handful of upholstery and carpet cleaning companies offer mattress cleaning services. Most of these companies utilize equipment made for cleaning carpet, on your mattress! Not to mention the unknown and potentially harmful chemical agents that some employ for cleaning. Furthermore, many of these leave your mattress wet and susceptible to mold and other fungal growth. (This is also a risk with some of the do-it-yourself advice for mattress cleaning.) If you decide to look for DIY ways to clean your mattress and turn to the internet for help, you will find many blogs and websites that provide pointers such as vacuuming, baking soda, peroxide, etc. But be careful! Most of the advice that you find online may degrade the fabric of your mattress.