The factors that influence the mattress’s health and cleanliness are numerous, but we will focus on the most important ones.
Climate: The location of the mattress has a significant effect on the mattress’s longevity as it ages.
Some mattresses outperform others in specific climates, such as coir mattresses, which last longer in Mediterranean climates than tropical climates. Make a wise decision that complements the local environment. Some materials, such as Latex, last the same regardless of the weather.
The length of time a mattress lasts, as well as the rate at which it degrades and the amount of cleaning required, are all determined by the type of mattress. Foam is by far the most easily maintained and long-lasting mattress material, coming close to latex, while sponges and spring mattresses have a shorter lifespan and a higher risk of deterioration due to other factors.
Mattress Cover, Comforter, Bedspread, and Finally the Blanket: Mattresses are often encased in layers of clothing in the form of the mattress cover, comforter, bedspread, and finally the blanket. As a result, they prevent the majority of body oils and spills from touching the mattress. Two layers are common and sufficient to protect them from day-to-day use.
Cleaning a mattress properly is the most important aspect of owning and using a mattress. Mattress Cleaning Services, dust mite care, and sanitization require specialized procedures that can only be performed by experienced cleaning companies. Failure to clean the mattress from edge-to-edge results in an unclean mattress and reduces the mattress’s lifespan.
Dust Mites: Dust mites are microscopic species that reside on the surface of mattresses, causing colour fading and fibre weakening in the long run.
This fungus is more dangerous than a dust mite because it emits a foul odour and slowly breaks down the substance from the inside. This has the potential to loosen the mattress’s inner material, making it difficult to sleep on.