Cleaning Guide To Remove Sweat Stains From The Mattress

As you might know, sweat stains are difficult to completely remove from clothes. Contrary to clothes that you can easily wash in the washing machine, cleaning your mattress is more challenging. In spite of this, it is not the most difficult task in the world, since, with some instructions and easy DIY solutions, sweat stains can be eliminated. Follow this guide closely to get rid of sweat stains successfully.

In order to properly clean sweat stains from the mattress, you will need the following:

▪ the vacuum
▪ baking soda
▪ salt
▪ water
▪ microfiber cloth
▪ a bowl of warm water

🟡 Step 1: Prepare the mixture

In a bowl, combine equal amounts of salt, baking soda, and water. If the problem is more serious, you may need to use more.

🟢 Step 2: Remove the fabrics and vacuum

Remove all bedding from the mattress to make it easier to clean. Then, vacuum all parts of the mattress, including the sides and bottom. By doing so, the solution will be more effective.

🔵 Step 3: Gently dab the solution on the stains

If you want to clean sweat stains from your mattress properly, you should never rub or scrub them off. Make sure you dab a microfiber cloth into the baking soda paste until you’ve picked up enough. Next, dab the paste gently onto the sweat stains, making sure to cover them completely. Once the paste has been applied, let it sit on the stains for about an hour.

If some of the sweat stains look old and difficult to remove, mix a 16-ounce of peroxide, a teaspoon of liquid dish soap and a tablespoon of baking soda in a spray bottle. Spritz generously on sweat stains and cover them as much as possible. Let the solution dry.

🟠 Step 4: Lastly, vacuum again

If you choose the baking solution or the hydrogen peroxide solution, you are basically done with your cleaning work. To pick up any debris from the mixtures, vacuum the mattress again. There is no need to rinse the mattress. After that, flip the mattress and repeat the same process if necessary.

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