Keeping your house clean can seem like a daunting task for many men and women. Sinks, toilets, dishes, carpet, tile, windows, bedding, mirrors, and more all need constant attention in order to stay clean. What supplies should you use? How often should you clean everything? What is the best way to clean each unique surface? The questions can just keep piling up! With all of these thoughts running through your mind, cleaning your mattress can easily skip it. Keeping your mattress clean should be a part of your cleaning schedule in your home for many different reasons.
Mattress Cleaning Improves Indoor Air Quality
The average human spends a third of their life sleeping. When you do the math, you could spend 318 months of your life on your mattress. Since we spend so much time on our mattress, we should make sure we are treating it with care. You pick your mattress for the comfort and support that best suits your body. Once you own the mattress, it does more than just comfort and support your body. Your mattress can affect the air quality in your room as well as your sleep. The oxygen that your cells intake as you rest and recuperate when you sleep is directly affected by the air quality in your room. A clean mattress can keep your air quality high, while a dirty mattress can significantly decrease the air quality in your room.
Remove Dust Mites, Bugs, Pollen & Dead Skin Cells from Bed to Decrease Allergies
In addition to increasing the air quality in your room, keeping your mattress clean can eliminate dust mites and bugs that may be growing on your mattress. Dust mites and bugs can cause problems for members of your family. You can vacuum your mattress regularly to help eliminate these mites and bugs. In addition to vacuuming your mattress regularly, you will want to have your mattress cleaned quarterly as well. Having your mattress professionally cleaned will ensure that those bugs do not get to stay in your bed. Does anyone in your home suffer from allergies? Dust and pollen in your mattress can increase allergic reactions. Again, vacuuming your mattress regularly and having it professionally cleaned quarterly will help remove the dust and pollen from your mattress which will decrease allergy symptoms. In addition to dust, pollen, and bed bugs, your mattress can also collect dead skin. All humans shed their dry skin on a regular basis. Frequently the dead skin will collect in your mattress. The thought of lying down on piles of skin every night can make your live skin crawl. Regularly cleaning your mattress will get that dead skin off.
Remove Urine Stains & Body Odors from Mattress
Stains and odors on mattresses can be caused from a myriad of sources – kids have accidents while sleeping, someone gets sick to their stomach and cannot make their way out of their bed quick enough, body odors find their way onto your mattress, someone is eating in bed and drops food onto your bed that leaves a stain and more. Leaving these stains and odors on your mattress can cause your house to begin to smell. Vacuuming your mattress won’t get rid of these stains and odors. Professional cleaning is the best way to rid your mattress of these unwanted stains and odors.
Mattress Cleaning & More in Long Beach, Santa Monica, Torrance, Santa Ana & Newport Beach, California
Keeping your mattress clean from dust mites, bed bugs, dead skin, stains, and odors is a tall order for most homeowners. Regularly vacuuming your mattress can help your mattress stay clean but you will want to add a quarterly professional mattress cleaning in order to fully clean it. Call us at CA Carpet Cleaning & Water Damage Clean Up today for your free quote on your professional mattress cleaning service!