Mattress Cleaning Leeds
Carpet Cleaner Leeds also clean mattresses. This started off as a commercial activity where as part of our regular carpet cleaning service ad a number of care homes we were asked about mattress cleaning. Whilst care homes, hotels and other establishments use mattress protectors these aren't always 100% at preventing every type of soil or staining and from a client perspective ensuring that mattresses are cleaned regularly is can differentiate your proposition from your competitors, which is especially important in today environment. Customers don't just expect items to look clean but also want them to be hygienically clean. Using our Mattress cleaning service will enable you to make a strong statement to your clients about your brand and the importance you place on customer health and well being. Our mattress cleaning service is available from 1 to 100+ mattresses.
Does a mattress get dirty?
Well you may change your bed linen on a regular basis and wash your mattress protector on a fairly regular basis too but most mattress protectors do not provide an impenetrable barrier. Very few people will want to sleep on a plastic sheet due to the noise it will make and the heat and moisture it generates as your own body heat has nowhere to go. This will lead to sleepless nights, which nobody wants. You may look and thing that your mattress is clean because there are no visible stains however figures released according to the Sleep Council state that the average adult loses 285 ml of fluid over a night; along with 454 g of dead skin over the course of a year, of which most will end up in your bed! So whilst there are no strict guidelines regarding how often to clean your mattress, every six months is often recommended to minimise dust, odour and bacteria build up but at least once year should be a minimum.
Why have a clean mattress?
We've given you some statistics already but bear in mind every day, on average, a person spends about 8 hours in their bed. One of the most common allergies is to bed dust mites and as their name suggest they feed of bed dust (dead skin) - removing the source of food removes the mites. Regularly sanitising your mattress is definitely worth doing for those people prone to allergies and asthma.
Mattress cleaning process
As with carpets and rugs not all mattresses are made the same. We always check manufacturer guidelines first before deciding on the best approach to cleaning your mattress. Typically we will use our commercial vacuum to extract as much dead skin and small particle dirt from the surface area of the mattress. We then perform a deep wash and clean which will remove stains and odours from the mattress. When finished the mattress will be slightly damp and we would recommend leaving for at least 6 hours for it to dry out. Whether you are a business who deals with many mattresses every day, or a family wanting to sleep on hygienically clean mattresses, contact us today to find out more about our prices and scheduling a clean!