Even if you clean your home regularly, you may be overlooking one vital area of your home that can have a major impact on the air quality of your room, which is your mattress. Every night, your body sheds sweat, dead skin cells, and other biological contaminants. The mattress will also trap dust, dirt and may be stained in various ways. Without proper and regular cleaning, your mattress may very well be the dirtiest furniture in the room and you should have it professionally cleaned as often as possible.
Your Mattress and Air Quality
Mattresses act like filters trapping dust mites, and other contaminants in the air. it is a cesspool of biological contaminants including skin cells, oil, and sweat produced by the body every night. Your mattress also plays host to other contaminants in the air like bacteria, mold, fungal spores, and so on. Considering all of these, it is easy to see how a dirty mattress can contaminate the air in your room. Since you spend an average of 6-8 hours on your mattress every night breathing in the various contaminants it may contain, it is pertinent that you have it cleaned thoroughly for your health and safety.
Basic Mattress Cleaning
Basic mattress cleaning involves spot stain removal and vacuuming. These are tasks you may be able to handle on your own but you can also entrust to professionals for effectiveness. Vacuuming your mattress helps to get rid of loose particles like skin cells, dust, and other debris that may have accumulated on the mattress over time. Another aspect of basic mattress cleaning is spot stain removal. This involves the removal of spot stains like liquid spills, body fluids like sweat, and oil that may be found on your mattress. Spot stain removal is more time consuming compared to simple vacuuming and is best done when they are still fresh before they get dried into the mattress fabric in which case they will be more difficult to clean
Mattress Steam Cleaning
A professional mattress cleaning service company makes use of a steam cleaning method to get rid of tough stains and deep-seated contaminants in a mattress. This is a vital step in mattress cleaning that ensures that your mattress is left clean and healthy with all allergens effectively removed. In addition to getting rid of stains and contaminants, cleaning your mattress with hot water can be quite beneficial since it helps to kill off dust mites, molds and other biological contaminants. However, this technique has to be executed properly since moisture can damage mattresses and can allow the growth of mildew and mold.
Overtime, the accumulation of dirt, sweat and dust on your mattress can cause bad odor. No one would feel comfortable sleeping on a dirty mattress. You can ask for our carpet deodorizing services as part of our professional mattress cleaning London. In addition to cleaning your carpet, we will apply a deodorizing agent that will neutralize bad odors that may have developed on your mattress to make it more pleasant and comfortable to sleep on.