Mattress manufacturers tell you what to do if the mattress is dirty
The mattress manufacturer tells you what to do if the mattress is dirty. People spend one-third of their life on the bed. Skin debris, sweat stains, dust mites and various subtle impurities will enter the mattress through the sheets. In the gaps, it affects our quality of life. So how to effectively clean the mattress, let's take a look at these methods. 1. Flip and pat This is the easiest method. Turn the mattress over every time you change the sheets and quilt covers, or put the mattress against the wall, beat it with a stick, and then use a vacuum cleaner to suck up impurities, which can also keep the mattress clean. 2. Vacuum cleaner cleaning The newly purchased mattress does not have too many impurities left, but it is simply damp. After cleaning it with a vacuum cleaner, wipe it with a damp cloth, and then ventilate and dry it. When sucking, it is close to the surface, and the invisible stains in the gap should be cleaned up. 3. Baking soda removes moisture. For damp mattresses, after cleaning up impurities with a vacuum cleaner, you need to sprinkle baking soda evenly on the mattress, let it stand for 2 hours, and then use a vacuum cleaner to clean up the baking soda on the mattress. It absorbs moisture or liquid stains from your mattress and deodorizes while cleaning. In order to ensure that the baking soda is completely cleaned, you can suck it a few times. If the moisture is too heavy and there are marks on the mattress, it can be scrubbed with a clean damp towel dipped in a little soda water. 4. Alcohol to remove beverage stains The ethanol contained in alcohol can remove organic substances from beverage stains such as cola and fruit juice, but in order to avoid the spread of stains on the mattress after smearing alcohol, you can first dip a towel with good water absorption in alcohol and then be careful wipe. 5. White vinegar to remove urine stains On the mattress where there are urine stains or urine smell residues, spray white vinegar without water, let it stand for 1 hour, and then take a cold wet towel to clean it by pressing (do not circle, avoid stain marks), or use a toothbrush to remove stubborn stains, then blow dry with a hair dryer. After the stains are removed, the mattress is very clean, and the baby is no longer afraid of bed-wetting. 6. Hydrogen peroxide to remove blood stains If there are old blood stains on the mattress, you can spray medical hydrogen peroxide with a concentration of 3%. When it foams, wash it with cold water and dry it with a clean, white dry rag. The blood stains that have just been stained can be soaked in cold water first, and after standing for 10 minutes, use a damp towel dipped in soapy water to press and wipe. Dry.