It is very important to keep your mattress clean and sanitized because after all this is where you sleep and put your face and body on and it should be kept in a good condition. If you let a stain to sit there for a while, you might not see it beneath the sheets however it will still be there and thus lead to the even worse conditions of the mattress such as mold, dust mites and many others.
I have some experience with removing a bloodstain out of my mattress. And I can share some of the tips that I discovered.
The first thing is to act fast – as soon as you discover the stain you need to get to action because the longer the stain sits there the harder it will be to remove it. Put a white clean cloth over the stain and lightly press the cloth to absorb the liquid before it gets deeper in the fibers of the mattress. Take an empty spray bottle and fill it with water – the water needs to be cold. Then you need to add two tablespoons of white vinegar or ammonia and shake it for a few minutes until it is entirely mixed.
Once the liquid is mixed you need to spray the stain – be careful not to get a big part of the mattress wet because that may lead to making a bigger stain. Just spray over the stain in order for it to get wet. Then put a clean cloth on the stain and try to soak up the liquid – this should be repeated as many times as it needs to in order to get the stain out.
If the stain is deeper or bigger you can use a lemon liquid detergent for dishes after the spraying. Use an old toothbrush or another small brush to work on the surface with it. Put a clean cloth to absorb and then spray it to rinse it off. If this has an effect you need to repeat it as many times as it takes to get rid of the stain.
This definitely works for me however if it doesn’t work for you and the stain is still there, you better call a professional mattress cleaning Perth company to try removing it for you.
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