Bedroom cleaning is an important task during your house cleaning process. However, cleaning our mattresses is something that we mostly neglect when we are cleaning our bedrooms. We tend to think that it is not an important part of our house cleaning. This is so even though we spend more than a third of our life on our mattresses. If left unclean for a long period, there are many negative effects associated with dirty mattresses. Unclean mattresses create a good habitat for bacteria and molds to grow on and other parasites such as mites. As a result, you will end up with uncomfortable sleep. This is the reason why it is important to keep your mattress always clean.


Mattress cleaning can be very confusing at most of the time. As a result, in this article, we discuss top 5 tips to perfectly clean a mattress. We aim to help you keep your bedroom completely clean making sure that you have the sleep of your desires all night through.

  • Stripping off All Bed Sheets and Other Beddings: The first step when cleaning your mattress is to strip off all the bed sheets and other beddings from your bed. These beddings need to be properly cleaned. To remove the tough stains on them, use the top-rated laundry detergents with a hot water setting on your washing machine. After cleaning them, consider drying them on high heat to kill any surviving bacteria.

  • Vacuuming Your Mattress: One of the best ways to get lead of dust, dead skin and bacteria stuck on your mattress surface is by vacuuming the entire mattress surface. It is good that you look for areas where there are openings on the mattress. Any mattress opening works as a hiding place for dirt, dust, or the dead skin. Mattress vacuuming should be done on regular bases. This is the case since the rate of bacteria multiplication is usually very high rate. Regular mattress vacuuming keeps any disease-causing micro-organisms off your mattress.

  • Treat any Spotted Stains: It is true that many of us go to sleep with pets. These pets may end up helping themselves on your mattress. This works as one source of stains on your mattress. Stains may also be as a result of taking snacks on the bed. Removing these stains greatly helps to keep your mattress clean. For proper stain removal, consider using the appropriate upholstery cleaners suitably made to eliminate stains from your bed. Ensure that you do not get over wet your bed when removing these stains. This will reduce the chances of mold growth on your mattress.

  • Deodorizing Your Mattress: To deodorize your mattress, you can sprinkle baking soda all over the mattress surface. If it's the first time you are doing this, you can use a full pound box on your mattress. Leave the mattress in this state for at least 24 hours. To make the deodorizing process effective, consider placing the mattress under hot sunlight rays near the window. After 24 hours, get back to vacuum your mattress with the appropriate vacuum's Upholstery attachment. To kill any odors, use disinfecting spray on the mattress and the box spring. This will help to kill the bacteria that are responsible for the unpleasant smells.

  • Buying a mattress pad and bed covers: Bed covers and mattress pads absorb any moisture keeping it from getting to the mattress. This helps to keep the mattress free of stains. It will also help keep your mattress off the sweat, dead skin and dust particles.

Together with the above-described tips on mattress cleaning, bed covers, and mattress pads help to prevent all pests and parasites away from your bed. As a result, you can enjoy a sweet sleep all the time. Remember that cleaning your mattress helps to take an important step in the house cleaning process.