Mattress Cleaning

Need Mattress Cleaning?

There’s one piece of furniture that many people forget about: the mattress. However, mattresses are made of fabric and need routine cleaning just like any other upholstered furniture in your home.

Acme Chem-Dry is proud to offer mattress cleaning services all over Tulare County. At the end of the day, we know you want nothing more than to settle into a nice, warm, germ-ridden and bacteria-infested bed, right? No way! Clean and fresh is the only way to go if you want a good night’s sleep. You clean your sheets and bedding often, so why wouldn’t you clean your mattress regularly as well?  It’s only the most important piece of furniture in your home and the one you spend the most time on! Keep the beds in your home fresh and clean and sleep easy with superior mattress cleaning services from Acme Chem-Dry in Tulare County. 

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The Dangers of a Dirty Mattress

Your dirty mattress, with all of the dust and shed skin cells it has acquired over time, it the perfect haven for dust mites. These dust mites eat your dead skin cells, love the warmth from your sleeping body, and lay eggs in your mattress.  Not only are these dust mites gross (who can sleep when they realize there are tons of tiny bugs crawling around inside their bed?), they can cause health problems as well. Many people are allergic to dust mites. If your nose starts to run when you get in bed or you feel like you have a permanent mild cold, you’re probably allergic to the little creatures hiding in your mattress. As more and more dust mites accumulate in your bed over time, your symptoms will get worse.

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Acme Chem-Dry Can Save Your Sleep!

Luckily, you don’t need to live with all of the dust mites, shed skin cells, sweat, germs, and more that have built up in your mattress. You don’t need to buy a new mattress either to get the clean bed of your dreams. You just need a professional mattress cleaning.

Acme Chem-Dry is proud to offer mattress cleaning services in Tulare County to restore your peace of mind, help reduce your allergies, and allow you to get a peaceful night’s rest. Our cleaning professionals use tested and proven cleaning solutions and equipment to remove allergens, dirt, stains, and more and leave your mattress cleaner than the other guys. You can count on Acme Chem-Dry to do the job right!

Tips to Keep Your Mattress Clean:

In between matress cleanings from Acme Chem-Dry, there are some things that you can do to keep your mattress cleaner for longer.

  • Keep pets off the bed. Pets are known to leave behind fur, dander, dirt, germs, allergens, and more. Plus, a pet urine stain is much harder to deal with when it’s on the bed.
  • Avoid eating and drinking in bed. Crumbs and spills will only make your mattress dirtier.
  • Change your sheets regularly. Keeping your sheets, blankets, and pillows clean will also help keep your mattress underneath clean.
  • Use a mattress protector. This will help keep spills, sweat, allergens, and more from reaching your mattress in the first place. Be sure to use an allergen mattress protector if you suffer from allergies.
  • Shower before bed and put on fresh pajamas. Getting clean before you get in bed will keep your bedding and mattress cleaner.

Schedule Your Mattress Cleaning Today!

Call us at (559) 434-1111 or

Schedule Your Mattress Cleaning Today!

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*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.