How to clean the mattress?
Why do I need to clean my mattress?
Sleep time alone takes up 7-8 hours or more in a day, and the mattress is in prolonged contact with our skin every day, even if you change your sheets regularly, you take a shower before bed, and your mattress looks seemingly clean. However, according to research data, over the course of a year, the body still sheds about 454 grams of dead skin, most of which is left on your bed.
The special biological structure in the Homylink mattress makes the mattress does not take much time to clean, and can achieve the effect of dust mites and antibacterial, which is perfect for modern busy life. The mattress is highly supportive and has good pressure release, which can add a lot to the quality of sleep.
How to clean the mattress?
Mattress is not recommended to rinse directly with water. The main reason is that drying time will be longer, and if improperly handled easy to cause damage to the internal structure of the mattress. So if you encounter a very large area of stains, it is recommended to give professional cleaning mattress company to deal with, do not worry about the mattress being damaged, and can be more professional treatment of mattress stains.
If you encounter a small area of stains, the stains are different, according to the following methods to deal with.
1. Blood stains
First, with a small amount of cold water gently wipe, take care not to wet the mattress, and do not wipe the stain, which may make the blood stain further spread. If the blood stain is just got up, this method should work well. If the stain is still there, then try adding a little baking soda to the water, apply it to the stain, let it sit for 30 minutes, then wipe gently with water and let it dry. If the stain is still there after the mattress is dry, then try the following method of removing urine stains.
2. Urine stains
Dilute the detergent with water and then gently wipe the stain with a cloth or sponge. The mattress is not waterproof, so it is best to clean it slowly and carefully, without getting a large area wet at once. If the stain still doesn't go away, then try carpet cleaner. Dilute it with water first and then spray a small area in the corner of the mattress instead of directly onto the mattress.
3. Other stains
For tea and coffee food and drink stains, try the baking soda and cold water method. For body fluids and sweat stains, try a diluted washing up liquid.
Stains must be treated promptly and are more difficult to remove when dry.
Then vacuum the entire mattress surface with the sofa nozzle of your vacuum cleaner. Don't miss the dust, the seams and crevices with the most dead skin. You can also switch to the vacuum cleaner's crevice nozzle for deeper vacuuming.
Mattress damp, odor if you can sprinkle baking soda evenly on the mattress and leave it for a while. This will absorb any moisture or liquid dirt on the mattress and have some deodorizing effect in addition to cleaning, and then vacuum the mattress with the baking soda. (Vacuum a few more times to make sure the baking soda is completely removed!)
Good luck getting a good night's sleep!