You most likely change your sheets and vacuum your mattress on a regular basis, but this does not ensure that your mattresses are free of all kinds of unwanted debris that accumulates over time. We sleep on our mattresses for at least 8 hours per day. That works out to one-third of our lives. A variety of organic and inorganic materials, such as dead skin cells, food particles, dust, and other matter, accumulate on a regular basis. These materials are ideal hosts for all kinds of microscopic life, which can cause a variety of health problems, most notably skin allergies and respiratory issues.
On rare occasions, some stains on the mattress cannot be removed. That doesn't mean the mattress hasn't been cleaned. We will do everything in our power to remove the stain, but stains may remain visible due to a variety of factors. Mattresses are made of various materials, and if the stain has been on the mattress for an extended period of time, it may cause discolouration on the mattress's fibre. Most of the time, the stains will be completely removed, but in some cases, they may still be visible. In any case, the mattress will be steam cleaned, sanitized, and deodorized if desired.