Mites are tiny pests that are not easy to see with the naked eye. They exist in mattresses, sheets, pillows, and you spend an average of 7-9 hours in bed every day, but don’t neglect the cleaning of bedding. Hydrogen peroxide manufacturers are mainly used for sterilization and external medical purposes, such as wound disinfection. The best ratio for testing blood: 6% hydrogen peroxide plus 0.005% methylene blue.  hydrogen peroxide with higher concentration (more than 10%) is used in textile, leather, paper, and wood manufacturing industries as bleaching and deodorizing agents. Hydrogen peroxide is also one of the components of hair dyes, and is also used as a material for synthesizing organic raw materials (catechol), medicine, metal surface treatment agent, polymerization initiator, etc. Can also be used as rocket propellant. Industrial hydrogen peroxide is another hydrogen oxide besides water. The viscosity is slightly higher than that of water, and the chemical properties are unstable. Generally, it is stored in the form of a 30% or 60% aqueous solution, and its aqueous solution is commonly known as hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide has strong oxidizing properties and is weakly acidic.

1. Vacuuming

Seemingly ordinary mattresses are easy to become bacteria, mites, hotbeds, sweat stains, hair, dust mites, which will stick to the top and easily cause skin itching, allergies and other symptoms. Even the sheets need to be washed regularly.

In addition to vacuuming surface dirt such as pet hair and wool. Mattresses need to be cleaned regularly to prevent moisture, dust and stains from forming.

2. Remove – remove colored stains

Mix hydrogen peroxide and detergent in a ratio of 2:1, add baking soda to mix, and pour into a spray bottle. Spray on yellowed or otherwise stained areas. Squeeze some lemon juice and add salt to mix, pour on the stain and leave on for 30-60 minutes, wipe with a rag and vigorously.

Spray on yellowed or stained areas. Squeeze some lemon juice mixed with salt, pour over the stain and leave on for 30-60 minutes, then wipe vigorously with a rag.

3. De-odorization

If a mattress has an odor, sprinkle a thin layer of baking soda evenly on the mattress and let it sit for 2-3 hours, it will absorb the moisture on the mattress and make the odor problem of the mattress more fresh. Clean, and then we use the traditional vacuum cleaner to wash the baking soda, to ensure that the baking soda in the crevices is also vacuumed clean.

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