When deep cleaning our floors and surfaces, we often neglect to clean sofas and mattresses. Even though they don’t require frequent cleaning, it is important for your hygiene and health to air-condition your seating and bed areas regularly.
These porous materials can harbor dust mites, allergens, and even dead flakes. Microbes love sofas and mattresses as they trap dust and allergens. Food particles can get trapped in the tissue and give germs more food. Everyone should be aware of the potential health risks that you or your family may face if these parts of furniture are not cleaned properly.
Dust mites can cause skin irritation and allergy symptoms that can lead to sleeplessness, mood disorders, and mental disorders. They can cause severe allergic reactions in humans. They feed on human skin flakes, and can cause rash, asthma, and lung irritation. Dust mites can live in mattresses and sofa fibers, making it difficult to remove and reproduce them quickly.
How does a couch get stained?
Use tapestry and textile cleaners to remove food and pet stains.
The enzyme-containing formula has both the places and the lingering odors. In a pinch, you can mix a little mild dish with hot water. Every cleaner should be tested for safety on a hidden portion of fabric.
To absorb stain cleaner and remove removable covers from your couch, you can unpack them and place a towel on top. Once the covers have been removed, apply the cleaner to a towel. Blot the stain well and continue working inwards to keep it out. If necessary, use cleaner sparingly. After the stain has been removed, rinse the area well and dry it with a damp cloth. Although there are no set rules regarding how often sofas or mattresses should be cleaned; we recommend a clean, dry moment at least every six months.