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There are a few reasons for keeping your mattress clean.

General Hygiene
Vacuuming the mattress surface. Focus on the seams and crevices, where dirt, dust, dead skin, bugs and other stuff collect; switching to your vacuum’s crevice attachment can help get in deep a clean.
Stains on your mattress can damage the mattress components and potentially void your warranty

Maintaining your warranty
Stains that are visible on the mattress may require professional sanitisation should in the unlikely event the mattress is to come back to our facility for further investigation. The cost of sanitisation is the responsibility of the consumer. This is a work health and safety measure for our team that manage mattress investigation, repair and respecification.

Longevity of the product
So it performs at its optimum level. Fluid/water damage can seep into the spring system and comfort layers and damage the mattress.

What can I do to protect the mattress?
  • Use a mattress protector
  • Regularly clean by vacuuming the mattress surface
  • Use mild warm soapy water and sponge to spot clean stains. Do not saturate the surface or rub harshly. If the stain does not come out, you may need to hire a professional cleaning organisation to complete the task.

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