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The secret to cleaning foam mattress at home effectively

The secret to cleaning foam mattress at home effectively

Memory foam mattress is gradually becoming the favorite mattress of many families because of its outstanding softness. However, many people do not dare to wash themselves Foam mattress at home for fear of damaging the mattress. Over time, the mattress becomes unhygienic and severely degraded.

Also, the mattress washing outside the store also makes many people wonder not only because of the inconvenience in transportation but also because of an expense that makes them uncomfortable. Many people hesitate in difficult economic times. Don't worry, this article will show you 2 ways to clean foam mattress at home to completely remove all stains!

How to clean a foam mattress with common stains

If you have just owned a foam mattress for a short time or the mattress has only a few small stains, washing a Foam mattress at home will not be too difficult when applying the methods below.

Option 1: Using a vacuum cleaner

If your mattress is not severely soiled, you should also use a vacuum cleaner dust to clean the foam mattress periodically from dirt, bacteria, hair loss, lint or pet hair.< /span>

When changing bed sheets, use a standing or hand-held vacuum cleaner with a brush to remove dust from surfaces and sides, especially crevices. Small grooves are often found in foam mattresses.

The vacuum cleaner blows away any dirt and bacteria deep inside the mattress

The vacuum cleaner helps to blow away all the dirt and bacteria deep inside the mattress

Option 2: Use white vinegar or laundry detergent

Not only common stains, but laundry detergent, especially white vinegar, is also a special treatment for stubborn and long-lasting stains.

  • Mix the mixture in a ratio of ¼ white vinegar to ¾ clean water or ½ laundry detergent and 1 part water and fill the spray bottle. Shake well and spray the solution onto the stain.
  • Use an old rag to gently rub and absorb all the dirt secreted. Do not rub too hard to avoid the solution penetrating too deep unnecessarily into the foam layer.
  • Let the mattress dry completely before covering the bed sheet. You can also use an old brush to gently scrub the stain
      Spray a mixture of vinegar or laundry detergent directly onto stubborn stains
      Spray a mixture of vinegar or laundry detergent directly onto stubborn stains

        Method 3: Use Baking Soda/Korea

        Solder powder, white vinegar or Baking Soda is the most effective at-home Foam mattress cleaning solution for liquid or stubborn stains such as tea, coffee nice coffee children wetting the bed.

        • First, blot as much dirt as possible with a paper towel.

        • Spray the vinegar mixture on the stain and then blot the vinegar layer dry with a paper towel. Then, sprinkle a layer of baking soda or baking soda on the surface of the mattress. Baking Soda has the ability to eliminate odors very effectively.

        • After 8-10 hours, use a vacuum cleaner to remove the powder. Let the mattress dry completely and then cover the bed sheet again.

        Method 4: Use dishwashing liquid

        To clean liquid stains, wet a clean towel with warm water and a little dish soap. Wipe the stain in a circular motion.

        Use another clean damp cloth to press evenly around the stain to dry the solution from the foam mattress.

        Place a dry towel over the cleaning site and let it sit for 15-20 minutes. You can also turn on a fan or place the mattress in a windy place to dry it faster.

        Dip a clean cloth gently into the stain instead of rubbing it vigorously to prevent the stain from penetrating the mattress

        Wipe a clean cloth gently into the stain instead of rubbing vigorously to prevent the stain from penetrating the mattress

        How to deep clean foam mattress with stubborn stains

        For long-lasting stains on the mattress, Ru9 suggests a method home cleaning very effective after. Try it!

        • Dry the mattress and limit bacteria growth on damp surfaces by placing the mattress in a windy location or turning on a fan.
        • Use a steam cleaner to deep clean stubborn stains. Depending on the size of the mattress, you can use compact handheld or standard size.
        • Pour a tablespoon of vinegar and lemon juice on the stain to balance and eliminate odors.
        • Use a steam cleaner to work from top to bottom in long straight lines.
        • Hair the mattress completely for 30-60 minutes.

        If possible, you can use professional equipment such as a steam cleaner to deep clean the mattress.

        You can also refer to the following video on some effective and simple ways to wash foam mattresses at home.

        Here are some small tips to help you no longer wonder and hesitate in cleaning foam mattresses. Please clean the mattress regularly so that the sleeping space is always clean and hygienic!