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Unlock the Benefits of Mattress Cleaning

Book your mattress in for a Professional deep clean and get a better nights sleep: You're worth it!

When it comes to maintaining a clean living environment, your mattress deserves special attention that goes beyond just carpets and upholstery.

You might think that a mattress only requires cleaning in the case of spills or accidents. However, the reality is quite different. Your mattress deserves regular cleaning due to the frequent usage it undergoes.

Mattress Cleaning is about more than just cleanliness. A pristine mattress contributes to your overall well-being. A cleaner mattress means better sleep quality, and research demonstrates that improved sleep positively impacts your physical health and emotional balance.

Elevate your sleeping sanctuary with our professional Mattress Deep Cleaning services. We understand the unique needs of your mattress and are dedicated to providing the care it deserves.

Experience the difference a cleaner mattress makes. Embrace better sleep, health, and well-being starting with a single call. Prioritize your comfort. Make the call to cleanliness now.

Why Clean your Mattress?

While you and your family sleep peacefully at night, the air you breathe in may contain a range of particles, from dander and mold spores to dead skin and dust mite feces. Even your bed, a place of rest, can be a source of concern. As you turn in your sleep, fine dust particles from your mattress can become airborne, potentially leading to a decline in indoor air quality. This decline can result in various health issues, including throat and eye irritation, sneezing, upper respiratory congestion, watery eyes, and fatigue.

The importance of maintaining excellent indoor air quality cannot be overstated, particularly within your bedroom. Even when your mattress appears clean, it may still harbor pests, their waste, bodily fluids, and harmful bacteria. Ensuring a clean and healthy sleeping environment is essential for your overall well-being.

We often wash our clothes after a single use, while sheets typically find their way to the laundry every 1 to 2 weeks. However, even if we use a mattress protector, our mattresses still require cleaning. This is because dust mites, body oils, sweat, shed skin, and the residue of daily life, including pet dirt, can penetrate the protector and settle into the mattress.

While removing stains from a mattress may pose challenges, the primary reasons for cleaning it are to eliminate dirt and disinfect the material.

It's worth noting that, on average, the weight of a mattress doubles after ten years due to dust mite infestation, and pillows gain about 10% of their weight after just one year. Consequently, individuals who suffer from asthma, eczema, and allergies can significantly benefit from routine mattress cleaning.

Furthermore, a clean mattress contributes to a better night's sleep. Studies have shown that improved sleep quality enhances both physical health and emotional well-being.

Protect against dust mites and dirt between Professional Mattress Cleaning

  • Use a mattress cover.

  • Wash bedding regularly.

  • Clean headboards and night s stand.

  • Keep dirty laundry contained to one area.

  • Clean windows

  • Vacuum mattress regularly.

  • Vacuum carpet regularly.

  • Vacuum / clean drapes.

  • Dust the room regularly.

  • Perform carpet, upholstery and mattress cleaning every 6 - 12 months

Quick Facts about Dust Mites

The Dust mites prime habitat is your bed, they can also be found in bedroom carpeting and household upholstery.

Dust mites and their excrement are one of the most common trigger to common allergy ailments like asthma, rhinitis, eczema. As house dust mites are mainly found in the mattress, it is important to ensure dust and house dust mites are removed thoroughly from the mattress to keep their presence to the lowest. Doctors strongly recommend allergy patients to clean their mattress regularly as it is common for allergy patients to have their worse attacks at night when sleeping because their bodies are reacting to dust and house dust mites from the mattress. So, by minimizing contact to these allergens, one will have less allergy trigger that may cause serious health condition.

  • Much smaller than a grain of sand, dust mites are too tiny to be seen with the human eye.

  • At least 10% of the human population and approximately 80% of allergy sufferers are allergic to proteins that are found in the waste and decomposed body parts of dust mites.

  • If you often wake up with congestion, a runny nose, watery eyes, itching, or sneezing, then you are probably allergic to dust mites.

  • A gram (about a half teaspoon) of dust contains as many as 1,000 dust mites and 250,000 allergenic dust mite faecal pellets.

  • Dust mite populations increase rapidly. Each egg-laying female can increase the population by 25 or 30 new mites per week.

  • Depending on its age, your mattress may house between one million and ten million dust mites.

  • During its 80-day lifespan, the average dust mite produces about 1,000 allergen waste particles.

  • The weight of the average mattress doubles after ten years due to dust mite infestation, and the weight of the average pillow increases 10% after one year.