Easy Process To Clean & Restore Memory Foam Mattress Topper
A memory foam mattress topper plays an important role when it comes to adding a plush layer to your bed that adjusts around your body & creates a cocoon-like effect. However, cold weather will make it difficult for the foam to let go the indentation left by your sleeping form, and if you position the topper over a lumpy or sagging mattress, then it emulates or copies the shape of the mattress just as easily as it does your body, which in turn results in a lumpy, uncomfortable surface. For the best results, make sure to solve the problem from two angles. Give the memory foam the space that it needs when it comes to regaining its shape and treat the underlying issue causing the uneven surface.
Vacuum And Clean
Begin the cleaning process with the vacuuming, vacuum the memory foam mattress with the soft brush attachment. Vacuum in a circular motion so that all the debris or dust will be removed.
In the case of the eggshell-style mattress topper, vacuum through the crevices between the peaks, where dust is likely to hide.
If in any case, the mattress topper has no stains or odor, then directly spray the mixture of the gentle laundry detergent and water mix equal parts, then fill the spray bottle.
Spray the entire mattress lightly, don't soak the foam with the solution, keep the spray bottle moving and avoid spraying at one location continuously.
First of all, blot the affected area with clean water before sprinkling the boric acid on it and continue to blot as long as the stain is removed.
- Pet Urine
If the stain is caused by the pet urine then you need to apply the enzymatic pet stain cleaner. Simply apply the cleaner to the affected area, and let it sit for 15 minutes.
- Damp Sponge
After the stain is removed then again blot the area with the help of the damp cloth and let it dry completely once dried then vacuum again.
In order to remove the odors from the mattress, follow the steps:
Simply vacuum and spray clean the surface.
- Baking Soda
After that sprinkle the baking soda on the surface and leave it overnight before vacuuming again.