Mattress Cleaning And Sanitisation Services
Mattress cleaning is sometimes one of our forgotten services. The fact is that we spend a third of each day resting. The bacteria, dust, dirt, and dust mites in bedding can become an issue over time.
Mattresses do need to be regularly cleaned and sanitised. The classic example is where you feel fine until the moment you settle down to sleep. Then your problems may start – perhaps with sneezing or a runny nose. Or it could be an annoying tickle in your throat, leading to constant coughing and even causing an asthma attack.
Mattress Cleaning Equals Better Indoor Health
Take a moment to think about how close you are to your mattress when you’re sleeping and you will easily come up with a few very good reasons to have your mattress cleaned regularly:
- Dust and dust mites
- Other body fluids
Dust Mite Allergies Can Be Serious
According to the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology & Allergy, many Australians exhibit allergic sensitivity to dust mites, with the highest percentage in high humidity areas (ideal for dust mites) in summer.
Dust mite numbers in a mattress can range from 100 000 to 10 million with the average female living around 60 days and produce around 2000 droppings!
The dust mite waste contains a protein allergen which is the allergy trigger.
What Makes Chem-Dry Rapid Dry Mattress Cleaning Special?
Bacteria-free mattresses. We clean the entire mattress (side, back, and front) as well as treat the mattress with a sanitising chemical which is a disinfectant. The sanitising is done with state-of-the-art antimicrobial solutions.
Ugly stains are often removed. With our specialised stain removal service, Chem-Dry restores your mattresses, leaving them smelling and looking clean and fresh.
Rapid drying cleaning processes are used so you can use your bed only a few hours after the cleaning has been completed. Our low moisture steam cleaning process gets great fast drying results.
Allergy sufferers can choose our additional dust mite treatment or mould removal service.