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Stop and think about it for a moment: you spend a lot of time on your mattress. Even if you bathe before climbing into bed at night skin cells, germs, and sweat will still end up in the mattress. In addition, pollen, dust mites, bed bugs, and pet dander can be on and in the bed. While you can clean the bedding, and even the mattress, a normal cleaning may not be enough to get rid of a build up of gunk. Here are a few reasons to have a professional come to the house and sanitize the beds in your home.
If your family members keep getting the same illness repeatedly it could be due to germs in a mattress. The germs could be deep inside, working their way out after the illness has passed and cause it again. Trying to clean it by the normal means could result in damaging the fibers with the amount of water and any cleaning solution you use. Professionals know how much water can be used without damaging the materials inside the mattress. They will also have cleaning products that will not damage anything. Their experience allows them to use the water and the products so there is no residual chemicals or dampness.
Lice and Bedbugs
Trying to eliminate pests in a mattress is difficult for the average person without professional equipment and experience. Even if you are able to apply the proper chemicals to kill the pests, getting rid of all the dead carcasses is more difficult. Professionals will not only be able to clean the mattress so other pests come to feed on any remains. In addition, the equipment they have will remove any traces of the chemicals used to kill the critters so they do not affect anyone in the family.
If anyone in your family suffers from allergies to dust mites, pollen, or pet dander keeping his or her mattress clean and sanitized regularly to keep the symptoms to a minimum. You should do regular cleanings to keep the problem at bay, but have the mattress professionally cleaned and sanitized once a year to ensure everything is removed. This will also increase the longevity of the mattress due to the many cleanings you have performed.
Wash your bedding regularly, try to avoid eating in bed, bathe before you get in bed, and make sure to clean the mattress anytime someone has been ill. Then, to protect your family and extend the life of the mattress, contact a professional for a deep cleaning and sanitizing every year. For more information, contact a business such as Hy Gieni Tech.Share
17 February 2017