Mattress cleaning I hear you say?
Well did you know that top-end hotels with high occupancy rates change their mattresses once every six months.
So shouldn’t you be doing something?
After all, with all those different people staying in your beds, you probably want to do a proper clean to sanitise the mattress and make sure your guests aren’t exposed to health risks caused by harmful dust mites or bed bugs in your mattresses.
When mattresses are used over and over again by different people, germs like staphylococcus aureus and pseudomonas aeruginosa can breed in the material. These two strains can lead to a staph infection leading to impetigo, cellulitis, blood infections, and pneumonia, respectively.
Unchanged bedding can also breed dust mites and bed bugs.
Bed bugs breed in mattresses because of their preference for carbon dioxide and warmth.
Dust mites can gather on your mattress due to excess skin from the body. After eating the dead skin left by your guests, they defecate inside the mattress.
1 mite can release as much as 2000 units in 10 weeks. Mite fecal matter is a very harmful allergen that can cause sicknesses such as asthma, rhinitis, hay fever, rashes and even depression.
We offer 2 services
The process uses an advanced pulsating brush to deep-clean mattresses and bedding.
This is recommended by the National Asthma Council Sensitive Choice program as a product suitable for those living with Asthma and allergies, and is also great if you have a high turnover Airbnb with multiple people staying in your bedding.
Our mattress steam cleaning ensures any marks area removed along with dust residue.
We give a 100% guarantee that we can eliminate any odours.
This clean also sanitises and deodorises.
“If it were up to me, I’d get both” – Brea Marshall, PHJ
So are you doing enough for your guests?
Check out our professional cleaning certifications here or contact us to learn more.
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