Mattress Cleaning


Written by Emma Sleep

Published on 3/9/23

Edited on 3/9/23

Most people spend a third of their lives in bed, so it is important to to keep your mattress clean and fresh. But how does one clean a mattress? Here are a few tips!

Does your mattress have stubborn stains? It may be worthwhile to have a dry cleaning professional clean your mattress. They can provide a deep cleaning and are able to remove large stains, mold, bacteria, dead skin cells and unwanted critters.

The daily maintenance of your mattress can easily be done by yourself. Even if you do not have kids who occasionally bedwet or you do not suffer from night sweats, it is important to clean your mattress regularly to achieve an optimal sleep climate. Don’t give bacteria or fungus a fighting chance! When buying a mattress we suggest purchasing one with a removable mattress cover so you can wash the mattress cover regularly in the washing machine. Tough stains can be removed with simple detergent or a textile cleaner. Urine Stains are best removed with vinegar and blood stains with cold water and soap. Larger stains can be treated with a steam cleaner. Beware of excessive use of water, excess moisture can increase the risk of mold. If in doubt, thoroughly air dry the mattress in a well-ventilated room. You can also occasionally remove dust with a vacuum cleaner hose. With regular cleaning, your mattress will stay fresh and last longer.

Cleaning Your Emma Original Mattress

Treat Emma with care! The cover is removable and very easy to clean. You just open the zip and separate the top from the bottom part. It can be washed at 60°C. Small stains can be easily removed with warm water and a gentle detergent. The special breathability and open-cell structure of the core materials provide a self-contained ventilation system, keeping the mattress aerated and clean.

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