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How to Remove Stains Out of Your Mattress

Get Those Germs Out!
The secret to a clean and healthy house is a combination of cleaning and disinfection. To stop the spread of the coronavirus, we have been cleaning and disinfecting like never before in the previous year. Your mattress is probably the one thing in your home that hasn’t been given the once-over during your latest round of cleaning and disinfecting.
When you sleep, you shed dead skin cells, which may inevitably be found in your mattress along with dust and dust mites. Mattresses are especially susceptible to mould and mildew growth if their owners perspire much while sleeping or if they reside in a very humid climate. Mould and dust mites on old, dirty mattresses are a recipe for asthma and allergy attacks. Mattresses with odours and stains are not pleasant.
Mattresses may be cleaned and disinfected in a variety of ways, some of which are more effective than others at protecting the mattress from harm. The most important thing to remember while cleaning a mattress is to not get it overly wet. Mattresses are especially likely to get damaged by water and grow mould if they leak.
If your mattress is stained by a child, pet, food mess, pee, etc., or is just unclean, this guide will show you how to clean it using common household products.
Gathering Cleaning Materials
Having finally made the decision to clean your mattress, there are a few things you’ll need.
  • An attachment-equipped vacuum cleaner
  • Dishwashing liquid or detergent 
  • Products for cleaning, such as sponges and rags,
  • Salicylic acid
  • Ice water
Disassemble the Bed
Remove all bedding, including mattress pads, toppers, and protectors, before washing the mattress. It is recommended that you wash your bedding in hot water (at least 130 degrees) to eliminate dust mites and allergies. Be careful to dry your bedding for at least 15 minutes if you have to wash it on the cold setting to kill dust mites.
Vacuum

Use the upholstery attachment on your vacuum to go over the entire mattress. Dirt, dust mites, and dead skin cells all call your mattress home. A clean mattress cover starts with a clean surface, and you can get that with a good vacuum. Your mattress should be vacuumed even if you don’t feel the need to deodorise it. 

Deodorise
The time you spend cleaning your mattress is also an excellent opportunity to deodorise it. If your mattress has an unpleasant odour, sprinkle some baking soda on it. This common home item is an all-natural, super-cleaner that eliminates lingering smells and disinfects any surface. Don’t bother vacuuming the baking soda until the odours have been completely removed, which might take several hours.
Spot Cleaning

In some cases, soap and water won’t remove a very stubborn stain or an old stain from your mattress, in which case you’ll need some help. If there’s a stain on your mattress, perhaps an enzyme cleanser might help. Natural bacteria used to make these cleansers provide enzymes that digest substances found in organic waste, including urine, faeces, and food.

Pranasleep® Mattress

Horsehair, cotton, silk, and wool are some of the 100% natural materials that go into the upholstery of your Pranasleep® mattress. These materials will, over time, adhere to your body shape and sleeping pattern, becoming more flexible and contouring to your specific needs as a result. If you take proper care of your mattress, it will continue to look nice and, more importantly, continue to provide you with an excellent level of comfort for many years to come.

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