How do you disinfect a mattress without washing it?

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asked May 27, 2023 in laundry/Cleaning by Nirvvanna (620 points)
How do you disinfect a mattress without washing it?

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answered May 27, 2023 by BeckyBee (17,930 points)
To disinfect a mattress without washing it, you can sprinkle some baking soda on the mattress and spray the mattress with some diluted vinegar.

Then vacuum the baking soda off the mattress after around 30 minutes or so.

You can also spray Lysol spray on the mattress to disinfect the mattress without washing it as well.

Clorox wipes can be used on your mattress to disinfect and clean the mattress.

You can even use a little diluted Clorox Bleach to wipe down the mattress and get rid of germs and viruses.

You can clean your mattress with a carpet cleaner or an upholstery cleaner.

Using a hose attachment you can clean the mattress using your carpet cleaner or use an upholstery cleaner and clean the mattress like you would a carpet or other upholstery.

The carpet or upholstery cleaner will help deep clean the mattress and remove dirt and debris from beneath the mattress surface.

Hydrogen peroxide does clean a mattress and also helps to clean stains from the mattress.

Spray the stain or mattress with some water and then mix 1 tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide with 3 tablespoons of baking soda in a spray bottle.

Then spray the mattress or stain with the mixture of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda and scrub it lightly with a soft bristle scrub brush and the stain should fade away.

You can deodorize a mattress without baking soda by using white vinegar.

Use a 50/50 mixture of cold water and distilled white vinegar to disinfect the mattress.

You can also consider adding a few drops of an essential oil, such as lavender or eucalyptus, to help cover up any unpleasant smells on the mattress.

Apply it to the surface of your mattress using a spray bottle, and allow it to air-dry fully.

A natural disinfectant for a mattress is vinegar and baking soda.

If you can't put your mattress out in the sun and fresh air, baking soda is the next best thing.

Sprinkle a layer over the entire top of the mattress and leave for several hours (or better yet, apply before an overnight trip).

Sprinkling baking soda all over the mattress and spraying some vinegar over the mattress can help to disinfect, deodorize and clean a mattress.

You can sanitize and disinfect your mattress using natural household cleaners or a commercial spray meant to disinfect sweat stains and kill germs.

It's best to avoid sprays and solutions that contain bleach as this can damage the mattress fibers.

You can also spray an enzyme cleaner on the mattress.

You can steam clean a mattress which will also help disinfectant the mattress as well.

Vacuum the mattress first, run the steam cleaner across the whole surface of the mattress then allow it to dry.

You can also use some vinegar and baking soda to deodorize a mattress quickly.

Also if possible place the mattress outside in the sunshine as the sunshine and fresh air can help get rid of odors and freshen the mattress.

You can use vinegar and baking soda to clean a mattress as well as deodorize a mattress and also helps get rid of urine smells.

Just mix one part vinegar to two parts of water in a spray bottle and then spray it onto your mattress and then sprinkle some baking soda on the mattress as well to help eliminate odors even better.

You can also use an upholstery cleaner machine to deep clean the mattress and remove urine and other odors.

You should deep clean your mattress every 6 months.

Of course, if you spill something on your mattress, you should clean it immediately before the stain sets in.

Using a quality mattress protector will reduce the need to clean your mattress as frequently.

Deodorizing is when you get rid of odors from stains, spills, allergens, sweat, dirt, dust mites, and more.

It's a good idea to deodorize your mattress at least once every 6 months.

If you experience frequent night sweats, you may want to consider deodorizing even more often.

Mattresses should be replaced every 8 to 10 years due to wear and tear and for hygiene as well.

Mattresses overtime collect bodily fluids that soak into the mattress making the mattress gross so replace your mattress at least every 10 years for hygiene purposes alone.

You can help keep your mattress cleaner by using a mattress protector that you can take off and wash so you may be able to extend the life of your mattress with a mattress protector but either way the mattress should be replaced 10 years and it should certainly be replaced after 12 to 15 years.

I replace my mattress every 10 years and get a new bedroom set as well during that time.

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