It is necessary to wash disposable sheets with hot water of 55~65 degrees Celsius every week, then heat and dry or expose to sunlight. This removes tiny debris, dust, and sweat from the surface of the bedding, and helps to kill bacteria and mites. If you want better results, you can add a little bleach and disinfectant, but rinse thoroughly with water. Otherwise, bleach and disinfectant as a chemical agent will also cause irritation.
The study found that an ordinary pillow may have at least 16 fungi hidden in it, and the padding in the pillow is the most prone to aphids and molds. If machine washing, you can choose a gentle washing method, thoroughly mix the hot water and liquid detergent and rinse. It is not recommended to use powder cleaning products because there will be residue after washing. After a washing process, continue to rinse twice to allow the laundry to be thoroughly rinsed. Finally, you must fully dry and dry the pillow. It is recommended to clean every three months.
Maybe you won't believe that a mattress that looks very cumbersome is one of the easiest items to clean at home. In general, cleaning once every six months is enough. First use a vacuum cleaner to clean the surface of the mattress, then wipe the surface of the mattress with a damp cloth dampened with cold water. If there are stains, use a little shampoo to gently remove the stain. It is important to note that do not immerse the mattress in water over a large area because moisture can cause the mattress to mold and destroy the structure of the filling. Therefore, it is recommended to buy a quality mattress that not only prevents dust mites, but also reduces the coloration of sweat. Also, in fact, we do not need to reverse the mattress, just change the head and tail every six months.