Frequently Asked Questions

A. The recommended service interval for mattress cleaning is twice per year. If you suffer from allergies, asthma or skin conditions, then you should consider cleaning your mattress at the change of each season.

If you, or someone you know, suffer from asthma, allergies or skin disorders, or you just want to know more about how dangerous dust mites are, then we hope you find some of the following videos useful.


  • Less food trails

  • Wash hot water items once per week

  • Perform yearly carpet, upholstery, and mattress cleaning

  • Room sized air cleaner for allergy and respiratory concerns

  • Encase your mattress and pillows in dust-proof or allergen impermeable covers

  • Use a dehumidifier or air conditioner to maintain relative humidity at about 50% or below

  • Use a damp mop or rag to remove dust. Never use a dry cloth since this just stirs up mite allergens

  • Use a vacuum cleaner with either a double-layered micro-filter bag or a HEPA filter to trap allergens that pass through a vacuum's exhaust

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