We all know the importance of cleaning our homes; it reduces stress levels and fatigue, removes allergens and pollutants, and makes our overall quality of life much better. Well, the same thing can be said about cleaning your mattress. You may not notice it, but your mattress is covered with all sorts of filth when viewed at a microscopic level. Many individuals don’t know this but humans shed skin and sweat in small amounts during their sleep. Over time, this builds up and makes the perfect breeding ground for fungi, bacteria, and dust mites.
If you haven’t had your mattress cleaned, it’s likely that your mattress is one of the filthiest items inside your home. It can cause itching and allergic reactions which, in turn, disturbs your sleeping patterns. Having your mattress cleaned is an ideal solution to not only prolong the lifespan of your mattress, but also help you sleep better and improve the air quality inside your home.
Why you should have your mattress cleaned
Cleaning a mattress can be quite a tedious task, especially if you’re cleaning it on your own. To remove bacteria, dust mites, and foul odours effectively, it’s best to acquire the services of professional mattress cleaners. These trained and experienced professionals use a variety of tools to deodorise, sanitise, and deep clean your mattress. Here’s how they do it.
1. Vacuuming. Your mattress is vacuumed so that dead skin cells, debris, and dirt are removed before the cleaning begins. They use a clean upholstery attachment to thoroughly vacuum every nook and cranny of your mattress.
2. Deodorising. A dirty mattress will likely smell bad due to the accumulation of sweat, dust mites, and dead skin cells. Professional mattress cleaners will deodorise your mattress and leave it smelling fresh and clean.
3. Stain removal. Mattresses can get stained with sweat, dirt, and other bodily fluids. Stain removal is part of the mattress cleaning process to remove unsightly marks from your mattress.
4. Dry cleaning. A chemical-free dry cleaning method is used to deep clean your mattress. This procedure thoroughly removes moulds, bacteria, and dirt off your mattress. Because it doesn’t use any chemicals, your mattress will smell fresh and clean.
What are the benefits of a clean mattress?
There are a couple of reasons why you should have your mattress cleaned. A clean mattress offers a lot of benefits such as:
Increased air quality.
A dirty mattress is one of the major contributing factors to polluted air inside a room. When you factor in how much sweat, dust, oil, and shed skin there is on your mattress, it’s easy to see why it can pollute the air around it. The room starts to smell funky and you’ll be breathing in whatever there is on your dirty mattress. The main benefit to having your mattress cleaned is to instantly increase the air quality inside your home. It removes biological contaminants caused by a filthy mattress and combats foul odours that may affect your sleep at night.
Reduces the risk of allergies and itching.
It’s hard to sleep at night when you’re constantly itching or blowing your nose on a tissue paper. Dust mites and fungi can trigger allergies which can disrupt your sleeping and make it uncomfortable for you when using your mattress. Cleaning your mattress reduces the risk of allergies, itching, and prevents certain illnesses by getting rid of harmful bacteria.
Prolonged lifespan of your mattress.
Cleaning your mattress is essential if you want it to last for years. Having your mattress thoroughly cleaned will reduce wear and tear between the linings as wells as the cover itself. Mattresses that have torn casings are susceptible to damage which can expose the pad and inner springs, causing it to wear out even faster. To prevent this, clean your mattress to prolong its lifespan.
A clean mattress goes a long way in improving your quality of sleep as well as the air you breathe around it. To fully give your mattress the deep clean it needs, have it professionally cleaned. The difference will be night and day and you’ll be able to sleep much better henceforth! Remember, it’s best to have your mattress cleaned professionally twice a year to prevent severe odours, bacterial growth, and heavy stains from accumulating on your mattress.
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