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Sleep Tight, Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Thrive

Bed Linen Cleaning

You cannot beat getting into a bed of fresh, clean bedding. In particular there’s that lovely fresh and clean smell, but it’s important that your bedding, and more importantly your comforter, are sanitized too.

How often do you clean your comforter? There’s something you should know… and you may not like it, but thankfully there is a solution at hand!

Every night, we sweat at least 200ml of liquid onto our bedding. House dust mites feed on dead skin that has been partially broken down by mold, and both the skin itself and the dust mites that find it so tasty, can quickly build up in unwashed beds and bedding.

Furthermore, The Sleep Council estimates that as much as a tenth of the weight of a pillow that has never been washed is made up of human skin scales, mold, dust mites and their droppings. If that’s not an incentive for keeping the bed clean, we don’t know what is!

Whilst smaller comforters can in theory be washed at home using a domestic washing machine, these machines are not built to clean comforters as effectively as the larger capacity machines that we use – and then of course it’s the amount of energy required to get them dry.

So, take cleaning your bedding off your worry list. We are specialist bedding cleaners and can return your items to you not just beautifully clean but REALLY clean.

According to the Good Housekeeping Institute, you should clean your bedding once a week, your pillows every other month and your comforter every three months (and not leave it longer than 6 months).

So, as we head into Spring, now could be the perfect time!