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Did you know your mattress is the dirtiest thing in your room? An average person spends 8 hours a day, 365 days a year sleeping on it. Leaving behind a multitude of allergy causing dust mites, fungal spores, bacteria, flame retardants, and human skin cells. GROSS right? But how do we get rid of those things?
A few simple steps added to your cleaning schedule can help cut down on the million of allergens building up on your bed daily.
- Showering nightly prior to bed removes the transfer of lotions, creams, and dead skins cells.
- Purchase a good mattress protector. This will help eliminate debris and dust mites from burrowing deep into your mattress. It also helps protect against stains and odors
- Wash your bedding 2x a month. Including the mattress protector
- Deodoriser. A baking soda base product sprinkled across your mattress prior to vacuuming can help eliminate smelly scents that have fester in.
- Vacuum! A deep throughout vacuum weekly. Helps remove those dust mites, crumbs and dead skin cells and other known allergens.
- Deep steam clean. Performed by a professional annually to rid of all
If that didn’t gross you out, here is a list of 8 different things lurking in your mattress!