Cleaning any type of Mattress easily
You spend a lot of time in close contact with your mattress, and it is important to keep it clean. As you can not just throw in the washer, you need hands, and Katie Berry few tips to help your mattress like new.
There are many unpleasant dirt types, odors and stains that accumulate over time, we will not think too much! -and Katie has a thing for the most common problems. It can remove odors with a good old fashioned baking soda, but the spots require a little more work. Blood stains, for example, may seem unshiftable, but there is a technique:
dried blood spots can be treated by a hydrogen peroxide paste 1/4 cup mixed with 1 tbsp. each soap dish detergent and table salt. Rub it on the stain and let sit until dry before scraping the residue off. Dab the remaining stain with a cloth soaked in white hydrogen peroxide, turning the fabric as the off spot. (With a white cloth prevents dye transfer fabric for mattresses).
Not happen to have any hydrogen peroxide around? Katie suggests that “making a tenderizer of meat paste and water instead. Enzymes dissolve blood proteins tenderizer links. ”
To avoid the need to clean both in the future, given the use of a mattress protector-it’ll save more work at the end of the line.