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Mattress Cleaning Tips Paradise Valley az

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Want to know something positively disgusting? The average person sweats out about 1/2 a pint of perspiration each and every night.

Seeing as how we spend almost 1/3 of our entire life lying horizontally on a mattress – one would think it would stand alone atop of our list of regular cleaning duties..but lets face it, we rarely think about cleaning the mattress.


The problem is, once you strip away all the sheets, you’re left with a mattress that has a cover that you can’t remove – it’s not like there’s a zipper and you can simply unzip the cover and throw it into the washing machine – no, the sad truth is – once we pull all the sheets off, we tend to turn a blind eye to whatever nastiness might live atop the mattress itself paradise valley az.

Mattresses & upholstery can harbor spills, stains, dirt, dust, dust mites and worse – so, maintaining a clean mattress is important for several reasons, not the least of which is the fact that your partially clothed body is lying on top of it with only a sheet separating you. Let Eco King Rejuvenate your mattress and upholstery with our organic low moisture cleaning and sanitizing system. 


Vacuum The Mattress

This is an important step because it removes the dust, dead skin cells and other debris that lands on your mattress and which accumulates, en masse, over time. Consider doing this every time you rotate your mattress; once a season. Now, the important part here is to use a clean upholstery attachment, because remember that your vacuum sucks up all kinds of nasties and you don’t want to be depositing those on your mattress.  We have a post and video on how to clean your cleaning tools, which teaches you how to do this.  Remember to vacuum the mattress as well as the foundation, if you can manage it. Rejuvenate, don't replace paradise valley az.


Deodorizing A Mattress

You can fancify your mattress vacuuming by adding another step, and that is deodorizing.  I guess with all that sweat, dust and other fun stuff your mattress handles, it can start to develop it’s own unique aroma.  To combat this, simply sift baking soda over your mattress, leave for thirty minutes and then vacuum up with that upholstery attachment.  Baking soda is a natural deodorizer so it will definitely help neutralize any odours.  Note however, that it won’t really clean any stains in this ‘dry’ cleaning method.   If you like essential oils, add five drops to the baking soda pre-sift and you’ll get to enjoy that lovely scent for a few nights thereafter.

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