Cleaning of Mould

Mattress can smell musty after moving. Cleaning of mould and mildew on objects as mattress is an specialty that we have in our company experience and equipment. By moving your mattress may have become soiled or your bed torn. But not only an mattress can by infected with mildew or mould, also furniture can has mildew or mould.

Chinese cabinet - Mould

Chinese cabinet – Mould

Chinese cabinet - Mould

Chinese cabinet – Mould

Restoration and cleaning of mould on objects are different specialties and for both we have professionals in house. DamageCare has also specialists in house who can help you with restore of bed frame damage and cleaning themselves.

We have cleaning equipment to help you in your home with the mould mattress.

The sooner you come to clean the mattress, the better and faster we get the good result of the cleaning process. So call or mail us quickly to help you.

Anti-Allergy Pre Clean:

If allergies are of a concern to you, then before we clean your mattress, we can pre clean your mattress using our Raycop Vacuum system.

This small hand held vacuum cleaner will eliminate dust mites and bacteria in 3 ways;

  1. The UVC Sterilizing Lamp kills 99.9% of bacteria and helps eliminate dust mites and germs that may cause respiratory issues such as asthma.
  2. The Vibrating Pad shakes the dust mites free from the mattress fib res
  3. The vacuum has a 2 stage micro-allergy filtration system which effectively extracts the dust mites and their waste from your mattress.

Our Mattress Cleaning of Mould Procedure:

Mattress Cleaning from dirt

Mattress Cleaning

To clean your mattress, we spray with an anti microbial treatment and then steam clean using hot water extraction which cleans the mattress and vacuums away any left over nastiest like dead skin cells and dust mites. We then follow up with sanitizing and deodorizing. Normally mattresses should be cleaned at last once in a year to remove dust mites, dirt, bacteria and odors.  Mattresses will be damp and usually take around 4 hours to dry.  This process will remove most stains.  Some mattress stains, however, do become permanent over time. Cleaning may not remove these stains, but will kill bacteria and remove dust mites and dead skin cells.