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dave40

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What is your best cleaning product and method for cleaning mattresses I can get my hands on prochem Products thank you I did one did not turn out too good
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Citrus and peroxide is your friend here. Just don't over do it with the citrus. Thats why we make Pure02 w/citrus built in. It is a powder that is perfectly blended and will knock it a job like that out of the park, eliminating odors, organic stains and with nice natural light scent.
 

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Citrus and peroxide is your friend here. Just don't over do it with the citrus. Thats why we make Pure02 w/citrus built in. It is a powder that is perfectly blended and will knock it a job like that out of the park, eliminating odors, organic stains and with nice natural light scent.
I agree, usually I even add in more peroxide, pro10k is excellent on a mattress too

extract and put a fan on it quick,,, easy peasy
 

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I have hit a few like that with regular prespray i.e. prekleen and extracted it with my carpet wand. Just got to keep the wand moving or it over wets easily.
 

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I clean these about 2-3 a month. The main thing I run into is urine... I Clean outside or in garage and use regular prespray with bleach.

PS on this one I would recommend the garbage can doesn't look like an expensive mattress and cleaning would never be 100%.
 
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I clean these about 2-3 a month. The main thing I run into is urine... I Clean outside or in garage and use regular prespray with bleach.

PS on this one I would recommend the garbage can doesn't look like an expensive mattress and cleaning would never be 100%.
You shouldn't use bleach on mattresses,, use peroxide ,,, it works way better
 

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Protective mattress covers made of polyester or polyurethane will enhance the hygiene of sleep and will not allow unwanted guests, such as bed bugs, to reach you at night. Agree, these things are important, even if it is temporary housing! The dense fabric of the mattress pad simply does not allow bugs to come into contact with your skin. For greater reliability, you can also treat the mattress with a special anti-bug remedy. So enjoy general cleaning. Hope we help u
 

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I refuse to clean mattresses. It's a waste of money. A mattress doubles in weight in five years. So all your sweat and skin gets deep into the mattress and your cleaning won't stop that

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo. LOTS of money in mattress cleaning. The trick is to get the contacts at those resorts. And better than that, insurance claim work. I remember I did a resort in upstate NY some years back. Made a little over $20,000 in 5 days. $5,000 of that was mattress cleaning. (y)
 

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Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo. LOTS of money in mattress cleaning. The trick is to get the contacts at those resorts. And better than that, insurance claim work. I remember I did a resort in upstate NY some years back. Made a little over $20,000 in 5 days. $5,000 of that was mattress cleaning. (y)
Lots of money, sure. I agree. But it's a waste of the customers money. It's impossible to truly clean a mattress.you will never get the sweat and skin out of the mattress, only off the surface
 

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I don't know about chems, I steam clean my mattress and it come out great. Now if you can find a way to remove those little lint balls all over the mattress you'd me my hero.

Use your wife's pumice stone to easily remove the pilling on your mattress. It's so fast and effective you will feel like an upholstery ninja.
 

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Nothing cleans mattresses better than this because it breaks down lipids, dissolves body oils and sheaves urine leaving mattress smelling and looking bright and clean. I guarantee it. If it doesn’t I’ll not only give you your money back but you can keep the product too.


 

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Lots of money, sure. I agree. But it's a waste of the customers money. It's impossible to truly clean a mattress.you will never get the sweat and skin out of the mattress, only off the surface

Oh! That's different. I thought you were talking about a waste of YOUR money. If that's the case then don't clean them. And I agree.....you will never get the cooties out that are inside the mattress. But that's not their concern anyway. So........