Mattress Cleaning

Dry cleaning mattresses

Dry cleaning mattresses London

Dry cleaning mattresses London

Dry cleaning mattresses London

Good sleep depends on the microclimate in the bedroom, comfortable bed and clean bedding. Each time, changing bed linen, pay attention to the mattress, because it also needs to be cleaned. And this should be done at least once every six months. A mattress, as a rule, consists of a filler (for example, a spring block or latex) and upholstery (a first layer and cover). Cleaning the mattress should be very careful so as not to spoil either the filler or the upholstery because it quickly absorbs moisture and dries for a long time. Entrust this work to the specialists of our cleaning company. With the help of the most modern technology, our professionals will wipe clean the mattress with a vacuum cleaner or, if necessary, dry-clean and dry it.

Mattresses are essential attributes of our lives.

We associate them with a pleasant rest, a sweet dream, and love joys. But how much time can they bring us pleasure before they wear out and lose their original appeal? And how to prolong their life? Mattresses, unlike bedding, cannot be washed or ironed. Therefore, over time, dust, dirt, moisture, pathogenic bacteria and parasites accumulate in them. And it does not depend on how clean you are and how often you take a shower. In order to clean your mattress from all such troubles, you should regularly resort to professional cleaning. And specialized companies with the necessary equipment and employees who know how to make your bed clean, safe and pleasant to the touch again are engaged in such cleaning. It is possible to disinfect and dry the mattresses in the sun, but this is very inconvenient and does not give such an effect as dry cleaning of the mattresses. Only by washing can a good result be achieved. However, pollution of bedding can cause not only poor health and unhealthy sleep, but can also cause diseases such as allergies, bronchial asthma and many others. Therefore, it is essential to monitor the cleanliness of your mattresses.

Our cleaning company

Our company regularly monitors new products and methods to improve the quality of cleaning, uses chemical products and solutions of the best foreign brands in its activities. All necessary certificates of quality and safety are provided if necessary. Among our clients, there are kindergartens, recreation centers and hotels where the surface must be clean, with a pleasant smell and 100% safe. We provide dry cleaning of mattress in London and the London region. Our qualified employees will do it through gentle and reliable products. Those products are subjected to stringent quality control and inspection. They will not jeopardize the well-being of the residents and the health of their beloved pets. If you decide to clean the mattress yourself, you should know a few simple rules. Determine the degree of contamination of the bed. If the upholstery is frequent, thoroughly clean the mattress with a vacuum cleaner, and then wipe it with a slightly damp cloth. Such processing must be carried out from two sides. Do not make the bed immediately, leave the mattress open for a while for ventilation. The mattress should be dry. Therefore, if you spilt liquid on it, first of all, to prevent it from penetrating deeper, thoroughly blot the bed with a sponge, dry napkins or paper towels. Then, if necessary, proceed to remove stains. Remove small stains on the surface of the mattress a with the help of exclusive products designed for cleaning upholstered furniture. They quickly get stuck in thick foam, which is used to treat contaminated places. Easy remove the foam with a vacuum cleaner or a damp cloth. It is important to choose cleaning products taking into account the mattress material.


Remember that the wrong choice of cleaning method or unsafe cleaning agent can ruin the mattress. To get rid of new spots, you can use the means at hand. If you find a stain of organic origin, try removing it with a cotton swab dipped in a solution of vinegar or citric acid. Porridge made from a mixture of salt and lemon juice is also an effective way to remove such stains: apply it to the stain and leave for several hours, and then remove with a sponge. To remove stains of inorganic origin, you can often use alcohol. It’s easy for them to remove fresh tea stains, grease stains and lipstick marks. To rid the mattress of odors, pour baking soda on its surface and leave it for a few days, and then vacuum it. If you have any questions, we are always ready to answer them. If you need advice, contact us, and we will help — payment for cleaning mattresses only at the end of work. We value our impeccable reputation and therefore carries out our work at the highest level. Our craftsmen are always polite and tidy. We are cleaning agency in London. We can offer Carpet Cleaning ServicesCurtain CleaningEnd of Tenancy CleaningMattress CleaningRug CleaningUpholstery Cleaning. So, let's talk.

Carpet Cleaning Standards: CRI SOA Success Story

 Carpet Cleaning Standards: CRI SOA Success Story

Professional Testing Laboratories’ President Gary Asbury

CRI Seal of Approval Formulas for Carpet Cleaning Success

High Test Standards Improve Carpet Cleaning Product Performance

It is a frequent claim here at the Carpet and Rug Institute that the Seal of Approval (SOA) testing and certification program for carpet cleaning solutions and equipment was developed primarily to increase customer satisfaction with carpet by raising the bar on cleaning performance. The rationale behind the SOA program is captured in CRI President Werner Braun’s trademark statement, “If you can measure it, you can improve it.”

The most significant testimony to the success of any testing program lies in its power to shape product performance.

What good is a standard if everyone can pass it? CRI’s claim that “Only the Best Pass the Test”, is a statement we stand behind, and CRI touts the benefits of using SOA products and Service Providers in multiple marketing efforts, including the CRI blog. We celebrate every product that passes SOA testing; no more so than when a once-failing product tries again and gets it right.

One of the key players behind the scenes of the Seal of Approval testing program is Professional Testing Laboratories President Gary Asbury

It is located in Dalton, Georgia. Professional Testing Labs is an ISO 14025 and NVLAP-certified lab that has provided federally-certified test results. Especially for all types of flooring manufacturers since 1988. In 2009, PTL performed more than 3000 batteries of tests, at an average of five tests per battery. According to Gary, PTL prides itself on helping carpet maintenance equipment and chemical manufacturers. They make better products that result in improved satisfaction for flooring consumers. Gary says he’s seen “dozens of cases” where manufacturers of carpet cleaning products that initially failed CRI’s Seal of Approval testing used what they learned from the test results to improve their products’ performance to the point where they received a passing grade the next time through. “For the most part, if a conscientious manufacturer fails the first time, they’ll go back to the drawing board,” he says. “Many times, the testing will reveal a problem they didn’t realize they had, but once they see the problem, they can fix it.”

Few of his more interesting testing stories

I asked Gary to share a few of his more interesting testing stories with CRI blog readers. Sadly, not every solutions manufacturer is willing to learn from his mistakes. As you shall see in Gary first story about a colorful carpet cleaning fat cat who wouldn’t change (or remove) his spots. “Several years ago, PTL was doing some compliance testing for a “big-box” retailer on a carpet spot remover. They were considering for inclusion in their product mix. The product failed miserably and we informed the manufacturer. Next day, the president of the manufacturing company shows up at the lab unannounced and wants to see our testing. We understood this contract meant a lot of money to him. Luckily, we still had his tested carpet samples. We took him through the process. He wanted to try his product on our test materials for himself. However we re-stained some carpet samples and let him have a go.

Normally, we let a staining agent dwell for 24 hours on a piece of carpet before we start the product testing. But there was no chance for that with this guy.

He took his product and set to work on the stains himself. It was Kool-Aid – a toughie. He rubbed and blotted on that stain until he’d just about worn the pile to a nub. But - nothing – the stain stayed put. He didn’t understand it – said the product worked great when he demonstrated it on his infomercials. He decided the problem must be with our carpet samples. So he goes and gets some of his own samples out of the trunk of his car. We could see right away what was going on – his samples were made of polypropylene – a powerfully hydrophobic fiber that shrugs off just about any wet stain. He pours Kool-Aid on one of his polypropylene samples, and shows off how his product removes the stain – obviously pleased with himself. I couldn’t believe it, but here was a guy who represented himself as an expert on carpet stain removal and he didn’t know the difference between nylon and polypropylene in terms of their stain resistance!

I’ll never forget what happened next. PTL lab chief Lee Phillips picks up another of the guy’s samples, douses it with Kool-Aid, and, without saying a word, takes it over to the sink and turns on the faucet. Of course, the running water takes the stain right out.

Needless to say, the guy lost his contract with the big box retailer. Last I heard, he was still selling his product on infomercials where his polypropylene carpet samples clean up just like magic”! In the next blog post, Gary talks about three SOA testing cases with very different outcomes…