Have you ever wondered why beds appear to be dusty in certain beams of light? That's because what you're seeing is dead skin cellsfloating around the bed. Dust mites' favorite food is actually dead skin cells which can lead to severe allergies over the years.
But is this true? Do our mattresses really suck up pounds and pounds of harmful inhalants over the years? Probably not but they do become … occupied.
Even if you curl up to sleep solo, you’re not alone. Besides collecting the skin flakes, sweat, and oil you secrete while you sleep, your mattress is also home to hundreds of tiny creatures called dust mites.
The mites are very small (less than a millimeter long) and difficult to see with the naked eye. Their diminutive size means they can penetrate through most sheets to live out their entire life cycles in your bed.
Here is our process:
We pre-vacuum all mattresses as we believe it helps to achieve a healthier clean before we apply our sanitizer.
Applying a good coating of sanitizer on the mattress will aide in killing the bacteria and dead skin cells and microscopic organisms from the mattress.
After the mattress has been sanitized, we will then use our extraction method to pull out all the moisture and left behind as it is slurped back into out waste tank and off your mattress. Honestly, there’s nothing more delicious than climbing into a cozy bed at the end of the night. The fact that you’ll sleep easier knowing that a healthy deep cleaning sweetens the deal.