When most people think about mattress cleaning it’s to either get rid of unattractive marks on it like sweat stains, blood or urine in order to clean it for removing dust mites and for general hygiene. However, this is a very specialist process and careful thought should be fond of how this is done as a mattress is very different to a carpet which is there are established and effective methods of cleaning.
The problem is that a mattress doesn’t dry well. Because of their arrangement and how thick they can be, moisture in a mattress does not dry out easily, as with a carpet for example. This means that traditional cleaning processes suited for carpets and upholstery should be avoided without exceptions. This will exclude difficulties extraction and also sauna cleaning, even dry sauna cleaning which still requires drying out time and as the mattress takes such a lengthy time to dry this could encourage the growth of mold which is potentially hazardous to your health.
Ok, so how does that leave you when it comes to mattress cleaning. Well most cleaning companies will agree that when it comes to stain removal for marks such as the ones mentioned above are almost impossible to remove, to some extent because it means making the mattress damp and to some extent because what works on a carpet does not necessarily are well on a mattress and often when you try to remove a mark you will be left with ring when it dries.
It would be far more sensible to leave the stains and clean the mattress a different way, to kill viruses and remove any dust and allergens that have built up in the mattress. A mattress protection can always be put on the bed for aesthetic purposes after. So how do you go about removing dust mites and all the dust within and hygienically clean it to kill viruses without getting it damp?
The best way of mattress cleaning is with a good пране на матраци цени vacuum which has a HEPA system on it. There is a but though. Most household vacuums aren’t really powerful enough to do it properly, especially if you are concerned about removing dust mites you need to get a specialist mattress cleaning company to do it for you. They will use machines that have much more power and suction than your own, so they really will be able to remove a lot more dust and allergens then you may.
Their machines may also have a germicidal light with them too, which will have the added bonus of killing viruses and trojans and denaturing allergens. Many will also finish the process by using a safe plant based apply that is an anti allergen/sanitising apply. The effect will be a hygienically clean, allergen free and dust free mattress which would be dry and ready to use again within minutes.
The cleaning company should also clean both sides of the mattress for you and leave the mattress turned too. Mattress cleaning carried out every 6 to 12 months will drastically help people with dust mite allergies, such as eczema, asthma and rhinitis, even people who wake up sneezing or with blocked up noses will feel a drastic improvement and it could mean you could hold on to your mattress longer and save you money in the long run.