Mattress Cleaning

Mattress Cleaning To Help Extend Mattress Life And Reduce Allergens For A Happy, Healthy, Good Night Sleep

Did You Know That Your Mattress Warranty May Become Void If You Get A Stain On Your Mattress?

Here Are Some Mattress Cleaning Tips To Help Extend The Life Of Your Mattress 

Vacuuming is the only recommended method to clean your mattress. Dust and dander build up on your mattress so use the upholstery attachment on your vacuum to tackle the task; if someone in your family has allergies this may need to be done more frequently.
Do not dry clean. Chemicals in dry cleaning and spot remover supplies may be harmful to the fabric or materials that make up your set. If the mattress surface becomes soiled or dirty, use an upholstery shampoo, but DO NOT allow the interior padding to get wet, you must follow instructions exactly.
Do not use dry cleaning fluid on your mattress. 
It will cause damage.
Do not get your mattress wet. 
Some of the upholstery materials may compress.
Do not iron on your mattress. 
This may cause the cover to deteriorate.
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No Badger Mattress is delighted to offer the RAYCOP RayClean Technology allergen vacuum to help with cleaning your mattress. 

Every RAYCOP allergen vacuum uses patented RayClean Technology®

RAYCOP efficiently sanitizes fabric surfaces: UV light deactivates the DNA in dust mites, bacteria, pollen, mold and mildew; pulsating pads loosen dust mite matter and dirt trapped within fabrics; optimized suction eliminates particles without harming fabrics; and the HEPA filter captures 99.9% of common allergens like dust, pollen and mold.

Unlike your vacuum, which picks up the dust and debris that you can see, RAYCOP combats the potentially harmful microorganisms that you can’t see. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a single mattress may be home to as many as 10 million dust mites and a multitude of bacteria and viruses.