Mattress cleaning is often one of the most neglected household tasks, but it is also one of the most important. Protect your family from dust mites, bacteria, dirt, and other allergens with our mattress cleaning services.
Our team of professional upholstery cleaners can come to you, on a one-off or regular schedule to remove toxins from your mattress and keep it clean. Mattresses need thorough and effective cleaning by a professional cleaner every six months, using an allergen-reducing extraction method.
AllAces is one of Brisbane and Sydney’s most reputable cleaning companies, offering services beyond upholstery and mattress cleaning. Our technicians are fully trained and qualified to carry out air-analysis testing to detect allergy-inducing mould, dust, and other airborne toxins. We do not just clean your mattress; we ensure your family’s safety. Mattresses are magnets for all kinds of bacteria, sweat, oil and fluids, dust, and dirt particles.
Around a third of our lives are spent on pillows and mattresses, however mattress cleaning is often neglected. Mattresses are an expensive part of your house – often ranging from $100 to $10,000. To maintain an acceptable level of hygiene, they need professional cleaning every six months.
Mattress contamination can include dust mites and their faeces, sweat stains, body oils, dead skin cells, etc.
Dust mites alone represent a serious issue. A dust mite is generally invisible to the naked eye. During their lives, dust mites will lay up to 300 eggs. They produce up to 100 faecal pellets a day, resulting in a total waste production of 200 times their own weight. Dust mite droppings are slimy, but when mixed with other substances will form household dust. They are one of the leading causes of allergies in a home.
Allergies that are caused by dust mite faeces are becoming an increasing problem with serious health implications. Among these are rhinitis, (inflammation of the nose and eyes), as well as conditions such as eczema and asthma. These are caused by immune system responses, and around 40% of the population are affected at some point in their life.
The microscopic dust mite, which lives indoors, can be controlled to help fight against allergens. Spending much of our lives in our bed and bedrooms, these rooms are especially problematic for those suffering from allergies. Feeding off the skin cells we shed into our carpets, mattresses, pillows, and linen, mites can reproduce rapidly in these living spaces.
Your plan for controlling allergens should include frequent cleaning of upholstery and carpets.
You can find out more about ways to help allergy sufferers in your home by calling us on 1800 00 1010.