Why Mattress Cleaning is so Important?
We have all heard the quote “ A good laugh and a good night’s sleep cures almost everything“. An average person spends one-third of their life sleeping, for instance, if a person is 75 years years old they spend 25 years sleeping. That is a lot of time spent on your mattress! Experts recommend professional mattress cleaning every 8-12 months.
Every person takes pride in their clean living rooms and bedrooms. But, how often does one clean their mattress? We underestimate the colossal amount of bacteria, dirt, grime and sweat that builds up affecting the quality of air in your home.
Most of the mattresses are home to 1-2 million dust mites. Shocking, isn’t it? Mattresses are warm, cosy and moist making it the perfect home and breeding ground for mites and bugs.
You could be facing allergies or health issues and be blaming it on the food you eat or the new product you are using but in reality, your mattress could be the root cause.
Humans, on average shed 6 to 8 pounds of dead skin cells every year. Unhygienic and dirty mattresses cause several skin issues such as breakouts, allergies, bacterial infections In extreme cases, there could be mould and one such type of mould, Cladosporium, grows on damp mattresses and can lead to asthma, pneumonia, and fungal infections.
To keep your mattresses clean for health and hygienic reasons, experts recommend getting a mattress cleaning professionally done every 8-12 months. Always use a mattress protector, clean sheet every ten days and to replace or clean pillows every six months.
We, at Who Who Carpet Cleaning and Pest Management use the latest hot water extraction technology to deep clean your mattress and remove any stains and spots. Deep steam cleaning your mattress will remove dust, grime, sweat and dust mites.
We also specialise in carpet cleaning, rug cleaning, upholstery cleaning, leather cleaning, tile and grout cleaning, water damage restoration, urine odour removal and stain removal treatments in all areas across Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Redlands, Ipswich, Melbourne and Sydney.