Several Tips Every Household Needs to Host The Ultimate Super Bowl Party

Are you planning to have the ultimate super bowl party at your house? Or maybe it’s just your husband that is planning one. Either way, you want to make sure that you are prepared and that everything runs smoothly right? Well of course you do! We’ve prepared a list of tips to help you plan, prepare, and easily clean your house before, during, and after your party. You’ll be known as the host of the hosts when we’re through with you.

Here are several tips every household needs to host the ultimate super bowl party:
  1. Dust Television and speakers

Tip number one should be obvious if you are a football fanatic. Dusting off your most prized possession for the party, the television and speakers will keep everyone’s eyes glued to the screen. So the day prior to your super bowl party go around and do some serious dusting.
Take a microfiber cloth and gently wipe down your screen. You may spritz a bit of glass cleaner on your cloth (not your television screen) after you’ve gotten all the dust off to ensure a good cleaning. After wiping everything down on the television stand take your vacuum and tools (brush attachment) to suck up any dust buildup on the speakers and even behind the stand in places you couldn’t reach.
  1. Put Away the Breakables 

It can be difficult to spot all the valuables in your home after a while. Try looking at the room from a guests perspective. Put anything away that’s made of glass or looks like it could get broken from an angry football fan during showtime. This not only takes items out of harm’s way but it clears up your space so there is more room for fun.
  1. Protect any Carpet

The easiest way to protect your carpet is to place a plastic cover over it. This will protect your floors from spills or any food debris. But this can also send out a no fun allowed” vibe. And that’s what the Super Bowl is all about right? So instead, try placing some washable throw rugs over the carpet in the area people will be socializing. This way if something manages to get on the floor the rugs will take the fall for it and you can just throw them in the wash later.
  1. Have a Cleaning Basket Ready

You should be expecting spills and messes to happen during your super bowl party. Especially with angry football fans and if there are going to be children present. Make sure you have a little basket or caddy set aside with all the essentials: paper towel, dustpan set, multi-surface cleaner, and even salt for wine spills.
Pro Tip: Line your trash can with a few extra bags so you can have a new one ready as soon as it fills up.
  1. Line the Tables

Just like protecting the rugs you want to protect your tables. And doing this will save you a ton of time and effort on clean-up. You can also have fun with this and grab the colors of your favorite team to put up. Most dollar stores have table liners in a variety of colors. Available at most discount stores in a variety of colors. While you’re there you can grab other necessities such as disposable food trays, silverware, and cups.
  1. Let the Dishes Soak

If you plan on cooking for the party, plan on washing dishes from the party. By this I mean, before going to bed soak all the dishware you used in some hot dishwater. Don’t let it sit out overnight and think I’ll just clean these tomorrow.” Tomorrow they will have stuck-on food and it will be more difficult. Make life easier for you by soaking them.
Lastly…
  1. Keep the Kids Occupied

If you have kids or your guests have kids it’s important that you strategically plan to keep them busy during the party. When football is on, especially the super bowl, it’s crucial that you keep your eye on the prize. And keeping the kids busy will help you do this. Consider having a designated room for them to play in along with snacks and games. Or if the kids are too young, consider hiring a teenager to watch them in another room. I promise you, it makes all the difference.

Using Microfiber Rags For Cleaning

More and more people everywhere are turning to microfiber rags for cleaning. Microfiber rags can assist with any household cleaning need. Why is this? Well, when compared to their competitor’s paper towel and cotton cloths microfiber rags perform cleaning tasks much better. 
These rags are specially designed with split fibers for household cleaning task. They are environmentally safe, reusable, and easy to maintain. Unlike paper towel, they don’t leave behind streaks or a paper trail. They are able to hold up to eight times their weight in liquid. And they won’t scratch or harm any surface.
Not sold yet? Keep reading!

How to Use Microfiber Rags For Cleaning

Every cleaning task you can think of can be done using your microfiber cleaning rag. That’s one reason cleaning companies like Maid Sailors love to use them. And that they happen to be extremely environmentally-friendly. You can use them for the following tasks:

Glass
No more using newspaper to get your glass sparkling clean! You don’t even need window cleaner to clean glass with a microfiber rag. Water will work just fine. But if you do so choose you can spray window cleaner on the glass and then easily wipe away any dirt or dust with your rag.
Dusting
Taking a dry cloth, quickly and easily remove dust from surfaces. Microfiber is positively charged, while dust is negatively charged. The cloth then acts as a dust magnet, trapping the dust particles instead of allowing them to fly around.
Mopping 
Microfiber mops are the best thing to clean your floor with. They are lightweight, ergonomic, and much easier to clean with than the standard mop and bucket. Simply spray your favorite floor cleaner on the floor and wipe away the dirt with your microfiber mop.
Countertops & Appliances
Simply spray your countertops and appliance with your favorite multi-surface cleaner and wipe down your everyday messes easily.
Stainless Steel
Using microfiber rags on stainless steel is one of the best things you can use it for. You’ll be so surprised at how clean and shiny your stainless steel becomes after wiping it down with a damp microfiber cloth. Check out this post for more on cleaning your stainless steel appliances.
& Many more household cleaning tasks!

How to Maintain Microfiber Rags

One of the benefits of microfiber rags is how easy they are to maintain. You don’t need to keep buying them like you would need to keep buying paper towel. And you’re saving some trees in the process! A few things to keep in mind when cleaning and maintaining microfiber rags are:
  • Rinse cloths thoroughly after each use
  • Hang them to dry if you want to use the dryer make sure it’s set on the lowest heat setting or air dry
  • Wash them with regular detergent
  • DON’T use bleach or fabric softeners
  • Wash them alone or with other towels only

Where to Buy 

The best place to buy them is on Amazon in bulk. You can get 50 microfiber rags for under 20. Which is a huge steal! And they often come in different colors that way you can designate a different color for each area of the house. 
Another good option is to purchase this microfiber dusting mitt. It is perfect for dusting and polishing. It stays on your hand you can get those hard to reach surfaces and crevices, making your job easier.
Do you use microfiber rags for cleaning? Or are you more prone to using them for your cleaning needs after reading this post? Let us know!

How to Clean Your Coffee Maker

Chances are, you don’t clean your coffee maker as often as you should. In fact, a study found that people don’t even consider their coffee maker a place for bacteria and mold to be, but guess what? It is! The study also showed that your coffee maker’s reservoir has been known to contain a higher germ count than some spots in your bathroom. Crazy right?
If you are a regular coffee drinker, and chances are if you are reading this post, it’s imperative that you clean your coffee maker regularly. This will help make sure you don’t drink up any of the yeast, mold, or coliform bacteria. Which of course can cause illness. And this is why I want to stress the importance of cleaning your coffee maker if you’re an older adult. The older we get the more susceptible we are to illness, thus the more important it is that you clean your coffee maker more frequently. 

Wash Any Odds & Ends Pieces

I know what you’re probably thinking, my coffee maker doesn’t have any odds and end pieces. Well of course it does. Otherwise, this post would be titled how to clean your coffee pot. We want to clean the whole appliance to keep mold and other bacteria out and as far away as possible. So cleaning any removable piece that your coffee maker has is prominent. This will be your coffee pot itself if your coffee maker has one, your filter, or even a reusable K-cup.

Cleaning The Coffee Pot

If you have a regular coffee maker, that brews into a pot instead of a cup, you know how dirty it can get. Coffee pots can get pretty stained and hard to clean after frequent use. Fill up your coffee pot with three-quarters water and one-quarter white vinegar. Let it sit in your coffee pot overnight. In the morning you can take the scrub pad on a sponge and wipe away the coffee stains from your pot. 
Now, with this method, I’ve found that it will take several tries to get the coffee stain out if the sain is several years old. In other words, if you are trying to do this with a coffee pot you’ve never cleaned before, it’s going to take some work to get it sparkling again. To prevent this in the future it’s best that you clean your coffee pot often.

Decalcify Your Coffee Maker

With coffee makers, hard water minerals can build up inside your machine over time. You’ll be able to tell if this happens when you notice that your coffee maker takes longer to brew than it normally would. In order to get things back shape, you need to decalcify” the machine. and give it a good cleanse. 
Fill the reservoir with equal parts white vinegar and water. Place a paper filter into the machine’s empty basket. Position the pot in place, and brew the solution like you would your coffee. But instead of letting it run through all the way you’re going to stop it halfway through. Then turn the machine off and let it sit for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes turn it back on and let it finish the brewing cycle. Let it sit for another 30 minutes and then repeat this cycle. When you’re finished run a pot of water through your machine to rinse out the vinegar.

How to Clean Your Stainless Steel Appliances

Stainless steel is often a huge challenge for homeowners to keep clean. It easily shows fingerprints and can sometimes look streaky. If you’re a new homeowner or you’ve never had stainless steel appliances, your experience with them may be quite limited.But if you already have stainless steel appliances then you may know that there are tons of products on the market for cleaning them and most of them don’t work.

So how do you clean your stainless steel appliances?

It’s important to know that there are several types of stainless steel in order to know how to clean your appliances. You might have to do some experimenting before you actually find the trick of the trade. Each appliance might require a slightly different method for cleaning. But nonetheless, there are a few things that remain the same when it comes to cleaning stainless steel.

Do…

Use a microfiber rag.

Wipe the surface with the grain versus against.

Shine the surface when you’re done.

Don’t

Use anything abrasive on your stainless steel. Wool pads are not an option.

Wipe with chlorine-based cleaners.

Apply oven cleaner.

Use tap water.

DIY Solutions

Remember how we talked about experimenting with your stainless steel? Well, we have found the top three DIY solutions to make for cleaning your stainless steel. One, if not all, of these methods, are bound to work for your appliances.

Tea Tree Oil 

Taking an empty spray bottle filled with water and about 8 to 10 drop of tea tree oil makes the perfect stainless steel appliance cleaner. Not only does this DIY cleaner make your appliances shine, the tea tree oil helps disinfect the surface with its antibacterial properties. Spray the solution on your appliance and wipe (with the grain) using your microfiber cleaning cloth.

Vinegar & Olive Oil

Similar to the tea tree oil solution, another option is to use vinegar. Fill your spray bottle with 1 part water and 1 part apple cider vinegar. Spray the solution on your appliance and wipe (with the grain) using your microfiber rag. Once you’re done apply a small amount of baby oil to your rag and slowly wipe (again with the grain) your appliance. The olive oil will help it shine and remove any streaks from the vinegar.

Dish Soap & Baby oil

Using Dawn dish soap and a microfiber cloth wipe down your appliance (against the grain). No need to water down your soap. But you can get your rag slightly damp if you’d like. When you’re done take some baby oil and wipe over your surface to remove any streaks from the soap and to make it shine.

In-Store Solutions

As we no know, most products on the market don’t work like they claim for cleaning your stainless steel. There are, however, a couple products that work on certain stainless steel surfaces.

Simple Green Stainless Steel Cleaner

For best results use this cleaner with a microfiber cleaning cloth. Microfiber cleaning cloths were made for cleaning. Unlike paper towel, they don’t absorb solutions or leave a paper trail. This makes them more viable cleaning tool.

Weiman Stainless Steel Wipes

Weiman actually has several products for cleaning stainless steel. But I’ve found their wipes to be most efficient in the kitchen. They’re handy and they don’t require a microfiber rag. Although microfiber rags are still the best for cleaning. These wipes are just simple. And they get the job done.

How to Make Your Own Shower Cleaner

Are you having trouble keeping your shower clean? We all are. There’s no simple way to keep your shower from getting dirty. What you need to do is keep up with the cleaning. Make sure you’re not waiting too long to clean it. That only makes more work for you or your cleaner.
We’ve come up with a simple yet powerful mixture to help you clean your shower with ingredients that you already have in your kitchen. This shower cleaner is easy to make and it gets the job done. Before you begin, make sure you have everything you need to make your own shower cleaner.

What you’ll need:

  • An empty spray bottle
  • A bottle of Dawn dish detergent (2 cups)
  • A bottle of white vinegar (2 cups)
  • Sponge with scrub pad

How to make

Take a measuring cup and measure out two cups of your white vinegar. Heat the vinegar in the microwave until hot (2 to 3 minutes depending on your microwave wattage). And pour it into your spray bottle once it’s done heating. Next, you’ll pour your two cups of Dawn into your spray bottle with the vinegar, put the lid on, and gently shake.
And that’s it! Told you it was a simple solution. Here at Maid Sailors, we like simple. The simpler the better. Now on how to use your new shower cleaner.

How to use 

Simply spray it in your shower and let it sit for 30 minutes. Make sure you are spraying your whole shower. Be sure to get the walls, the floor, the edges of the tub, and the faucet. After you’ve let the solution set, you can begin wiping down your shower. If need be, take your sponge and give it a little elbow grease using the scrub pad. 
How did you like this make your own shower cleaner? Do you enjoy DIY projects? Would you like to see more of them from us? Give us a shout by dropping a comment below!

Tips for Cleaning As A Pet Owner

Are you a pet owner looking for new innovative ideas to keep your home clean and odor free? Look no further! We’ve got some great tips and tricks that will help you eliminate pet odor and keep a clean home.
As a pet owner make sure you are…

Managing Animal Hair

One of the most common issues pet owners face is animal hair. It’s everywhere. On your floors, on your furniture, and even on your clothing. One thing you can do is have an easy clean vacuum handy. These are great for quickly removing hair from furniture and pet beds. Or having a furniture cover that you can quickly shake off outside and throw in the wash will save you some time. And most importantly having your pet groomed regularly will help diminish the problem of untamed animal hair. 
Vacuuming your home at least two times per week will help to eliminate and prevent your home from smelling like your animals. You’ll also want to mop any tile or laminate you have at least once every two weeks. And lastly, having a timed air freshener is always a good idea to increase your chances of having a fresh smelling home.

Keeping Their Paws Clean

Dogs get let outside to use the restroom, while cats step into the litter box to use the restroom. Can you guess what happens next? They then track that waste that they stepped in, back into your home. 
In order to keep them from walking on surfaces with their dirty feet, make sure you clean them! This is another reason why grooming your pets is important. Just like you need to be cleaned, they do too.
Pro Tip: Fill a spray bottle with 1 part water and 1 part vinegar. Periodically throughout the week spray your pet’s paws with it. Not only will this keep them clean, it will help keep them from getting dry and cracked. 

Quickly Cleaning Accidents

Animals have accidents in the house. That’s just a part of being a pet owner. No need to scold them for hours. Think about if you had to go to the bathroom but you couldn’t tell someone that you needed let out. Would you go to the bathroom in your pants? Probably. The only thing you need to do is act quickly when your pet as an accident. 
Let them outside and begin to clean up the mess. The sooner you can clean a pet stain, the better. First remove any solid residue, then blot fresh stains with a clean cloth, and apply carpet cleaner if you have it. It’s preferred that you use carpet cleaner designed specifically for pet odor.
Pro Tip: If you don’t have any carpet cleaner, absorb as much moisture as possible, and apply a solution of 1/4 teaspoon clear dishwashing liquid mixed with one cup of water. Take another clean dry towel and blot the area. And rinse by blotting with a damp towel with water. 

Placing A Placemat Under Their Food Bowl

Your pet might not care to dine informally, but for your sake and easy cleanup, you’ll want it to eat with a placemat under their food and water bowl. This will help collect and food and water that your pet may drop while eating. And it will look nice.

New Habits to Help Keep Your Bathroom Cleaner Longer

Which would you prefer Scrubbing your tub, toilet, and sink for hours every few months, or taking an extra minute to wipe down the counter? I don’t know about you, but I like clean. I definitely prefer the second option. 
Creating new habits prevent mold growth, plus your bathroom will look cleaner for longer periods of time. And deep cleaning will come much easier and be less time-consuming. Think of all germs you’ll be fighting in between cleans!
Here are four habits to keep your bathroom cleaner longer:

Keep disinfectant handy

You should always, always, always keep a bottle of disinfectant spray in your bathroom. Spray it on the counter and in the sink after you wash your hands from using the toilet. Or spray the toilet seat when you’re done. It’s also a good idea to spray the door handles periodically both inside and out. After all, it is the dirtiest place in your home. 

Add a spray bottle to your shower necessities

Take an empty spray bottle and fill it with water. Then add about 10 drops of tea tree oil to it. Every time you get out of the shower spray the walls, the faucet, and the shower head with it. Not only will this help prevent mold growth, but it helps prevent soap scum buildup. 
Tea Tree oil and its antibacterial properties are perfect for cleaning your shower. It’s really good for cleaning everything in your bathroom but it will leave your shower walls sparkling. Your shower will look brand new. And when it comes time to do a deep cleaning it will be much easier after taking on this new cleaning habit.

Clean up your makeup mess

Ladies, makeup can be a huge source of dirty grime on bathroom counters. Not to mention annoying. Have you ever tried to scrub a liquid eyeliner stain from sink and counter? It can take some elbow grease.
Instead of leaving that liquid eyeliner or the leftover foundation that fell off your brush and on the counter, take a second and wet a bit of paper towel and clear it right off.  This will keep your counter cleaner longer. And easier to clean once it’s time to do your bathroom cleaning.

Stand away from the mirror when brushing your teeth

Have you ever looked at your bathroom mirror and noticed all the splattered toothpaste on it? It’s not uncommon for us to walk into someone’s bathroom and the first thing we notice is the toothpaste all over the mirror and the faucet. This is because people are brushing their teeth too close to the mirror.
In order to prevent this, and keep your bathroom cleaner longer, stand away from your mirror. You don’t need to be so close. And try aiming your mouth down toward the sink. This can save you a lot of time when it comes to mirror cleaning and toothpaste buildup. 

Removing Rust From Tubs, Toilets, and Sinks

Preventing and Removing Rust

How many times have you gone to pick up your bottle of shaving cream in the shower only to find a ring of rust underneath it? And you know the longer it sits there the longer it can be to remove the rust ring that results. But rust stains don’t stop there. They can also surface as a result of galvanized pipes or mineral deposits found in iron-rich hard water and well water. So avoiding metal-based cans alone won’t prevent rust stains from forming on your fixtures. And simply spraying it with bathroom cleaner or wiping it with a magic eraser won’t prevent it from coming back.

However, it’s possible to remove and prevent bathroom rust stains without a significant amount of time and effort. And we’re going to share with you just how you can do it. For best results, start by ditching the bleach-based bathroom cleaners. This is a huge reason why we love green cleaners. These cleaners can actually worsen stubborn stains.
Keep reading!

Pumice Scouring Stick

They don’t just work on your feet! Pumice sticks can work particularly well for removing rust stains from porcelain without scratching it. Take your pumice stick and gently scour away mineral deposits, rust, along with other stains your tubs, toilets, and sinks.
You can also use them to remove rust and paint from metal work, piping, tile, masonry and even concrete. You’ll want one made from 100% natural pumice in order to get the job done. These sticks are safe to use around children and pets.

Limeosol

The active ingredient in The Works Limeosol is Hydrochloric Acid. This ingredient instantly removes rust, hard water stains, and mineral deposits. It works wonders for appliances, bathroom fixtures, cement, vinyl, siding, fiberglass, PVC and other materials on contact. There’s absolutely no scrubbing required.
The Works Limeosol has been around for more than 50 years. That’s a product you should trust right? it’s been a homeowners favorite for nearly 30 years. If you’re having a tough time removing and preventing rust from setting in your home, we recommend trying this product. 
Disclosure: The Works Limeosol is not recommended for use with septic systems.

Shaw Pad

We just talked about a product that isn’t septic tank safe. Our next product, however, is septic tank safe. Shaw’s Pads offer you a chemical-free, septic tank-friendly approach to removing rust. They involve a little bit of elbow grease. Simply get the pad wet with some vinegar and brush the rust away with your Shaw’s Pad.
Shaw Pads help to remove rust from toilet rings along with calcium and lime buildup. They help with grey, green, and brown water residue. And algae and chemical stains on pool tiles. There are many different things you can use your shaw pad for around your house aside from removing and preventing rust.

Bar keepers Friend

Ah Bar Keeper Friend, true to its name. Bar keepers friend is an extraordinarily effective solution for removing rust stains from bathroom fixtures. Sold in both liquid and powder form, Bar keepers Friend will safely remove rust stains and mineral deposits from any tub, toilet, or sink. Sprinkle or spray the solution on the rust stain and let it set for 3 to five minutes before wiping away or scrubbing with your Shaw Pad.
The manufacturer claims the product may also be used to remove rust from shower basins made of stainless steel, porcelain, Corian, fireclay, ceramic, acrylic, copper, glass, enameled cast iron, and fiberglass.

Scouring Cleanser 

ZUD scouring cleanser offers an oxalic acid and a potent combination of abrasives to get the job done. It’s made up of finely ground quartz and pumice to attack rust stains on contact. Scouring cleanser removes rust, mineral stains, hard water deposits, as well as soap scum. 
Apply your ZUD cleanser directly onto the rust stains and cleaning tool (e.g toilet brush or scrubbing pad.) Add water to covered ensure that the ZUD solution covers the entire area if you’re using powder. After the solution has set for about 60-90 minutes, clean the area with the brush and rinse away the solution. Simple as that!

What You Can Expect When You Get A Cleaning With Maid Sailors

Finding a professional cleaning service can sometimes be a long and painful process. Some companies tend to make it harder than it needs to be. And some companies just lack basic customer service skills that steer you away from their services. Cleaning with Maid Sailors makes your life more simple and less stressful. We’re not in this for the money, we’re in this for you, our customers.

Here’s what you can expect when you get a cleaning with Maid Sailors:

1. Professionalism

All of our cleaners are trained to provide excellent customer service to all of our clients. We make sure that our cleaners go through background checks, reference checks, and training before entering your home on their own. If you’re ever not happy with one of our cleaners, be sure to let us know so we can handle the situation accordingly. We are here to make the cleaning process as smoothly as possible for you. It’s our goal to provide you with more than what you expected from the time you book your cleaning till the time your cleaner leaves your house.

2. Easy Booking

It’s easy to book your cleaning with Maid Sailors.You just simply click on this link, enter your information, and click book now! How much simpler does it get? Plus, customers who sign up for recurring service will receive discounts. For weekly services, you will receive a 15% discount. For services every 2 weeks, you will receive a 10% discount. And if you book us every 3 weeks, you will receive a 7% discount. 

PLEASE NOTE: Discounts are not applicable until your 2nd cleaning.

3. Green Cleaning Supplies

Here at Maid Sailors, our cleaners come fully equipt with all the necessary cleaning supplies. Green cleaning supplies are our favorite but If you require a specific product, please provide it for us. We do not know that you only clean your house with scrubbing bubbles, so we ask that you have it out and ready for us to use.

Also, we do not carry a step stool, toilet bowl brush, or mop. This is for sanitary reasons. We do, however, carry a swifter and a light-weight portable vacuum. If you have another tool you would like us to use such as a mop or a vacuum we would be happy to use them while cleaning. Just leave them out and let you cleaner know, it’s that easy!

Ready to schedule work with us? Book your cleaning today! For more information on us visit our FAQs Page.

Why You Need To Clean Your Mattress Properly

It’s important to clean your mattress, did you know that? Often times we have mattresses for years and they never get cleaned, not even once. Think about it like this, if you went to a hotel and you knew that they never cleaned their mattresses would you sleep on it? Probably not. So why are you sleeping on your uncleaned mattress? Because it’s yours? That’s no excuse. You get dirty too. Which is why you wash your sheets right? But when you wash your sheets and you don’t clean your mattress you’re just putting clean sheets on a dirty mattress ultimately causing them to get dirty immediately. 
Did I give you something to think about? I hope so! Because that’s what today’s post is all about. How to clean your mattress properly and effectively. You’ll also want to check out our post about the importance of proper pillow care when you are finished. 
Pro Tip: Invest in a good mattress protector. Put the mattress protector on your mattress to prevent it from getting dirtier than it needs to be. 

Why is cleaning your mattress important?

As mentioned above, if you don’t clean your mattress you’re basically sleeping on a dirty surface, even if your sheets are cleaned. Did you know that every night, your body makes about half a liter of sweat and sheds nearly a gram of skin? You do now! 
That means that your mattress can easily become home to fungal spores, bacteria, bed bugs, and dust mites that want to feed on your newly shed skin. The average mattress has about 2 million dust mites. Which should come as no surprise seeing that without regular mattress cleaning, your mattress is one of the dirtiest things in your entire house.

How often should you be cleaning your mattress?

Many people would bat an eye at the thought of cleaning their mattress. It’s just not on their to-do list. Cleaning their sheets seems to be enough for them. 
Your bedding itself should be washed at least once a week. This will minimize the amount of oil, sweat, skin, and fluids that get into your mattress. And your pillows should be cleaned at least four times a year. But this doesn’t exclude your mattress from needing to be cleaned. When it comes to the mattress itself you should try to clean it twice a year. 
Pro Tip: When you take your sheets off to wash them spray your bed down with some disinfectant or vinegar and let it dry before putting your clean sheets on.

Are you worried about what might be hiding in your mattress while you sleep?

If you are worried about what type of pests might be hiding under your sheets, aside from cleaning your mattress yourself, you can always get your mattress professionally cleaned. Professional mattress cleaning is one of the easiest steps you can take to protect your health from a dirty mattress. 
Pro Tip: Sprinkle some baking soda on your mattress and let it sit for about 15 to 20 minutes. Then take your vacuum hose and vacuum the mattress before spraying it and putting new sheets on. It’s almost like cleaning the carpet, it’s easy, try it.

Now do you think it’s important?

Hopefully, after reading this article, you’ve decided to take a new approach to mattress cleaning. And if you have children in the house, it’s important to make sure their mattresses are cleaned too. Children are more prone to sickness and disease so it’s crucial that we take the extra steps in order to prevent them from obtaining bed pests.