Domestic and commercial mattress cleaning.

Domestic and commercial mattress cleaning

Mattress Cleaning Service

Mattress Cleaning Warrington


Mattress cleaning is often overlooked, as people assume it’s not dirty. However, you might be surprised by what lurks in your mattress. So, how old is your mattress? When was the last time it was cleaned and sanitized? Do you have stains, brown marks, or have had an accident?


On average, we spend around a third of our lives in bed. We sweat, but where does it all go? Even if you have a protector, it’s not as good as you might think. Adults also have sex, and we all understand what happens there.

Dust mites are microscopic creatures that interbreed with each other and can cause havoc on your health. Their excrement, dead skin, and carcass can trigger health issues for asthma and skin sufferers. Therefore, manufacturers advise sanitising your mattress at least once a year, and more often if you allow pets on or in the bed.


To revive your mattress in a healthy state, we use a vacuum that has a UV light built-in. This process kills dust mites as we vacuum. The UV attacks the protein in them and kills them. However, when the surface is being sterilized, we know that some of these creatures will travel elsewhere. This is why this first step is actioned on all sides. The next stage is applying a chemical that helps to break down stains. This is gently agitated using a mitten to ensure all fibers have contact with this cleaning agent. We let this dwell on the more stubborn stains.


The next stage is to clean. The machine is set to over 120°F, so we are dealing with steam. The pressure of the steam is important as we want it back in use as quickly as possible and dry. The pressure we use is normally set at 150 psi. The vacuum power is also set to maximum.

This process not only cleans, deodorizes, and sanitizes, but it also captures any remnants of living dust mites. We apply the appropriate chemical to break down dirt, odours, and everything else. Allowing the solution to dwell will allow the chemistry to be more effective.

We sometimes use diluted peroxide for the more stubborn marks.


Once the work is finished, we place an air mover to speed up the drying times, which is normally around four hours. Therefore, when doing this work, we like to set an appointment for a morning slot.


The cost of this service is as follows:

– Single: £35.00

– Double: £45.00

– Queen: £55.00

– King Size: £60.00


We do have a minimum call-out charge of £40.00, and discounts are available for three or more mattresses.


Assuming we spend an average of six hours in bed every day, we have spent a quarter of our lifetimes in bed. Given this amount of time and the stains that go along with it, the number of people who don’t know how to clean their mattresses is quite shocking. Various solutions can be used to eliminate stains and also ways of preventing staining.


The most effective way of keeping your bed stain-free is to remove a stain as soon as you spot it. Most people’s first reaction to spotting a stain is covering it. When the stain grows too large, they go ahead to turn it over. This is the easiest way of ruining your mattress. The best thing to do is to clean it right away.


Many commercially available chemicals work well in eliminating stains. Low pH acid solutions are ideal for cleaning out most stains, including urine stains. You could purchase any citrus-based cleaner or improvise using lemon juice.

Soak a clean white towel in a mixture of some amount of the cleaner and water. Press the towel on the stained area for a few minutes while rubbing gently. Leave the area to dry or dry it with your hairdryer.


Some other marks are more difficult and may not be removed by any cleaning agents. If using a citrus-based cleaning agent doesn’t work, try using white vinegar or hydrogen peroxide, following the same procedure.

Remember, the stains may not disappear immediately. You could, therefore, consider regular cleaning until the stain disappears completely.


Another option you could consider is bleaching. However, this may leave a discolored patch. You can use this method in hidden areas.


Remember that the most effective way of keeping your mattresses stain-free is by preventing them from staining. Simple measures, like avoiding taking meals and drinks in bed, could be quite helpful.

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