AUTHOR: Joanne Graves
Any upholstery in your home absorbs a lot of dirt, dust, and other impurities but it seems like we neglect our mattresses the most, right? For example, everyone cleans their sofa every once in a while but when was the last time you cleaned you mattress?
Not only do they absorb dirt and dust but body-liquids like sweat, dead skin cells, and nasty smells as well. You might think that the sheets you put are enough to protect them from all of that but, unfortunately, they aren’t. There is really nothing you can do to stop all of those impurities from going into your mattress but you can clean it on regular basis.
Sometimes cleaning them won’t get rid of nasty smells which is why you need to take different actions that will target only the bad smell.
If you want to get rid of nasty smells coming from our mattress you honestly only need a few ingredients – baking soda, a sieve, a hoover, and some essential oils. Of course, keep in mind that this is not a cleaning method, therefore, it won’t remove dirt, dust, and build-up – it will only target the odors!
So start with sprinkling the baking soda with a sieve all over the mattress then leave it ther for a couple of hours. If possible, leave it overnight. The baking soda will absorb all of the smells and the more you leave it on the mattress the best the results are going to be!
Continue with vacuuming the surface and sucking up all of the baking soda. Then, if you want, you can spread a couple of drops of your favourite essential oil on the mattress before putting the sheets on which will ensure a great smell in your bedroom.
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