Steps To Cleaning Your Memory Foam Mattress
Memory foam mattresses have become so popular over the years, they are now some of the best selling sleep products available. The amazing level of comfort and support they provide help facilitate a great night's sleep, so it's no wonder! Memory foam mattresses contour to your body and help to relieve pressure points so that your weight is evenly distributed to help reduce pain while sleeping. To keep your memory foam mattress in top notch sleeping condition, special care should be used when cleaning it.
3 Steps To Cleaning Your Memory Foam Mattress
- Vacuuming Your Memory Foam Vacuuming your memory foam is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to maintain your mattress. Before vacuuming, remove the Antimicrobial Cotton Blend Cover that fits over your Nature's Sleep mattress. This cover can be thrown in the washing machine. Use a handheld vacuum and vacuum all surfaces, including top and all four sides.
- Removing Stains From Your Memory Foam The first rule of cleaning memory foam is to avoid commercial products with harsh chemicals. Many cleaning products are too strong to use and will ruin the memory foam material by breaking it down. The best way to clean your memory foam is by using a mild detergent such as dish washing soap mixed with water. Use a clean damp sponge and clean with the solution using a circular motion from the outside of the stain towards the center to reduce the chances of spreading the stain. Make sure the sponge is not soaking wet, as you do not want a lot of water or solution to seep into the foam. You can also use a mixture of water and vinegar in a spray bottle. Vinegar is especially helpful is there is any unpleasant odor accompanying the stain.
- Drying Your Memory Foam Mattress If any liquid substance is spilled on your memory foam mattress it will need to be dried as soon as possible. The best way to dry your mattress is out in the sun. If the sun is not an option for you, baking soda can also work. Sprinkle baking soda on the wet spots. Once the baking soda clumps, you can vacuum it off. The baking soda will also help to absorb any smells or odors that may have been left. If the mattress is still damp, use a blow dryer on the lowest setting to complete the drying. Using a hot setting may melt your mattress, so be very careful if you do decide to use a blow dryer.
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