Mattress cleaning: Why you should never use a vacuum – 'Won't last'

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Clean with caution

And So To Bed provided three central tenets for mattress cleaning; don’t vacuum or scrub, and regularly wash bedding and protectors.

While they provide a quick anti-dust solution, vacuums may dislodge mattress stuffing and warp them in uncomfortable places.

Scrubbing is also a no-no, as it can embed stains, and wet cleaning may also damage the upholstery, so people should blot instead with a dry rag.

Regular washing of linens is paramount for cleanliness, ideally once every one to two weeks, while protectors need a round in the washing machine once a month.


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