Dibea Corded Vacuum Mattress Cleaner
Last updated date: October 22, 2020
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Go beyond the surface to remove dust from your mattress with this handheld vacuum cleaner, which uses vibrations of up to 33,000 cycles per minute. The cord is 14.7 feet long to help give you plenty of reach to do the job. It weighs only 4.1 pounds, and the dust bin holds 400mL of particles before needing to be emptied.
In our analysis, the Dibea Dibea Corded Vacuum Mattress Cleaner placed 3rd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
300W high-power motor and high frequency vibration. High frequency vibration up to 33000 cycle/min, beating out dust in your pillows, bedsheets, mattress, couch and even kids’ toys, then three rows of S-type brush thorough clean them all. Patent grille without rolled sheets and bedding. Long cord and light weight. 14.7-feet long cord for added cleaning reach and 4.1 lb ease of use. 400mL large dust bin for holding more dust. (The Best Gift). 20cm Length 253.7 nm lamp. 20cm Long lamp ensure high efficiency of removing dust, the rate is almost up to 99.9%. 6 stage HEPA system. HEPA suck in 99.9% of particles as small as 0.3 microns to releases the fresh air. Especially necessary for allergies and children. Intelligent Technology. Intelligent electronic control induction to prevent leakage. We provide 12 months warranty and Lifetime customer service. Please feel free to contact us if there is any questions. (The Best Gift)
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An Overview On Mattress Cleaners
You’ve likely heard how dirty mattresses can be. Over time, dust mites, dead skin, dirt and more collect beneath your sheets. If you suffer from allergies, you may not realize that the source of your problem is inside that surface you sleep on every night.
But while you can easily wash and dry your sheets, pillowcases, blankets and duvet cover, you can’t exactly toss your mattress in the washing machine. You can’t drag it to a professional dry cleaner, either. Once your sheets are off your mattress, you may wonder how you can possibly get beneath the surface of your mattress to deal with the buildup inside.
The first step in cleaning a mattress is to simply vacuum it. Use the handheld attachment that came with your vacuum and run it over the entire surface. You can buy specialized vacuum cleaners that use high-frequency vibration to shake up the dust and dirt inside and remove it. You can also use that type of handheld vacuum cleaner on your sofas, pillows and other thick surfaces.
Once you’ve dealt with the interior, you’ll need to spot treat any stains using a stain remover. Use these types of removers sparingly, especially if you have memory foam, which isn’t supposed to get wet. The goal is to treat the stain, not soak the mattress.
Lastly, sprinkle baking soda over the entire mattress and let it set for several hours or overnight, if possible. This will absorb any remaining moisture or odor.
The Mattress Cleaner Buying Guide
- If you treat stains on your mattress, avoid spraying cleaner directly on the surface. Spray the cleaner on a cloth and blot the area, using as little product as possible. You can use water on a cloth to soak up the remainder of the stain.
- Even if your stain remover claims it doesn’t damage dyes, test it on a small spot before using it liberally. This will ensure it really is colorfast to help keep the original colors in your mattress’s surface.
- Don’t just treat the top of your mattress. Once you’re finished cleaning one side, flip the mattress and treat the other side as well. You should flip your mattress regularly as directed by the manufacturer anyway. If your mattress has a design that requires one side face up at all times, you can rotate it 180 degrees periodically to help the mattress wear evenly.
- In addition to regularly cleaning your mattress, you should also make sure it’s covered with a mattress protector. This will help reduce the allergens that build up inside as well as keeping it safe from stains.
- Make sure any cleaners you use are safe for use around children and pets if that’s a concern.
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