Check this simple steps on cleaning protein stains from your mattress.
Did you know that a person sweats an average of 1/2 a pint of perspiration each and every night? That’s disgusting to lie down again right? Our mattresses could acquire different kinds of stains, dirt, dust, dust mites, bacterias, unpleasant odors, and spills. As to how important sleep is, so as maintaining the mattresses clean.
Let’s bear in mind that maintaining our mattresses clean, sanitized, and in good condition not only making us safe from any sickness but also give us a good sleep which is very important.
Below are the simple steps on cleaning your mattress:
Vacuum removes dust and dead skin cells on the mattress. But before using it, make sure to clean it to avoid transferring dirt to the mattress. Deodorize Your Mattress.Vacuum removes dust and dead skin cells on the mattress. But before using it, make sure to clean it to avoid transferring dirt to the mattress. Deodorize Your Mattress.
Deodorize Your Mattress
Deodorizing your mattress is very important because we sweat about a half liter every single night. Sift a baking soda on your mattress and let it stay for 30 minutes then vacuum it afterward.Use Wet Cool Cloth to Remove Light Or Small Stains
Use Wet Cool Cloth to Remove Light Or Small Stains
Use wet clothes in removing stains like sweat, vomit, blood, urine and other body fluids. Don’t rub it, instead, just pat or press it to avoid spreading the stain all over the mattress.
Use Mixtures For Stains That Are Difficult To Remove
Mix salt, baking soda, and water to remove the stain on your mattress. Brush it on the stained area and after 30 minutes, use a cool wet towel on it. In case it didn’t work, try using hydrogen peroxide and soap.
After applying these steps, make sure that you dry the mattress to avoid molds from building up your mattress. Don’t use or sleep on the mattress until it is completely dry.
This article is originally from Elite Readers.
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