• Spot Cleaning Your Mattress


    No matter how careful you are, there are times when you need to spot clean your mattresses. Whether you’re a fan of eating in bed or you have a youngster who has occasional accidents, spot cleaning is important. Here’s how to do it right:

    Don’t Neglect the Vacuum

    Do you vacuum your mattress? It's a great way to keep the dust and small particles off the surface. It's also an excellent way to spot clean if you have a dry spill.

    Consider those pesky crumbs from that late night snack you ate while watching a movie in bed or the dog hair and pet dander from letting your furry friend sleep on the bed. Instead of sweeping these things up with your hand, use the attachment on your vacuum cleaner to suck them up. This will prevent them from rubbing into the fibers of your mattress, which can happen even if you have a sheet on the bed. Tiny particles will work their way down through the fabric, compromising the cleanliness of the mattress surface.

    Cleaning up Liquids with Care

    If you have a stain from a liquid that the vacuum can’t get up, be careful when using any cleaner to spot clean the area. Don't use harmful detergents, soaps or harsh scrubbing rags to get it out. A simple vinegar and water solution with a soft rag are gentle enough to get out most stains without damaging your mattress.

    We spend almost a third of our lives in our beds. A clean mattress is important not only for fruitful slumber but for our health and well-being. Professional cleaning once a year can help keep your mattress clean and free from dust, dust mites, dirt, allergens and stains that go along with daily living.

    For professional mattress cleaning you can count on every time, contact our team of pros at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners today.

    By: Matt Lashway Tuesday, March 07, 2017
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