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How To: Clean a Mattress

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Did you know that you should and can clean a mattress? I sure didn't but when I cleaned it...the results were great. It was super easy and quick.
Time: 10 Minutes Cost: $3 Difficulty: Easy
  • how to clean a mattress, cleaning tips, Step 1 Gather your supplies You will need a measuring cup and baking soda
Step 1: Gather your supplies. You will need a measuring cup and baking soda.
  • how to clean a mattress, cleaning tips, Step 2 Pour two cups of baking soda over mattress Make sure to gently spread the baking soda over the entire mattress surface Let it sit for one hour
Step 2: Pour two cups of baking soda over mattress. Make sure to gently spread the baking soda over the entire mattress surface. Let it sit for one hour.
  • how to clean a mattress, cleaning tips, Step 3 Use a brush attachment on your vacuum to pick up all baking soda residue
Step 3: Use a brush attachment on your vacuum to pick up all baking soda residue.
  • how to clean a mattress, cleaning tips, Step 4 Enjoy your fresh clean mattress
Step 4: Enjoy your fresh/clean mattress.

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  • Donna
    Donna Cherryvale, KS

    Also works well on pet accidents on the carpet. Great stuff!

  • Lisa House
    Lisa House Vickery, OH

    I need to do this but chuckle when thinking about all the help I will get from our four dogs and one cat! Thx so much for sharing.

  • Barb Carey

    Will this process take care of possible dust mites?

  • April
    April Oklahoma City, OK

    thanks....came just in time to help out grand-daughter to remove urine from a couch......cushion is the batting type so going to wash it with outdoor hose and bleach, then do the baking soda.

    • Chatycms

      Spray with hydrogen peroxide before hosing it down and let it sit for an hour first. Will kill anything in the couch first then you can hose it down. Let it dry completely before using baking soda or you will have clumps forming on the couch.

  • Liz
    Liz Foothill Ranch, CA

    I've been using baking soda for years to remove odors, but for some unknown reason it's started to really aggravate my allergies. We bought a nice, electric air purifier, and it had an Arm & Hammer baking soda infused filter. My eyes started

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