Almost everything is challenging when you are doping it for the first time. It isn’t very difficult when you practice but for those who have never done this before will have a hard time. The first step is always difficult, but once you grasp it, you will be the expert at it, and you need no body support. Today we will show you how you can clean the foam mattress with the easiest process in the industry. You can refer to this roundup of best memory foam mattresses of the year 2017 here.

How Do I Clean A Memory Foam Mattress ?

Cleaning Process:

  • Now you need to get rid of the dust and other particles which are stuck to the foam. You can use the hand vacuum, or a regular size can do the trick
  • Water is needed from here on, so make sure to use space where water is available 24 hours.
  • You can use your bathtub, in this case, take out the Pillows, Toppers and the Mattress to the tub. Keep the mattress separate from the Pillows and other smaller stuff. Clean the Mattress separately.
  • Now it’s time to add the high-quality detergent. Add the soap in the water and shake it properly until the power is mixed up. Take a look at this article, which will explain why choosing the right down comforter makes more sense.
  • If you get some support, that would be great because the cleaning process would take two people.
  • Now it’s time to clean the mattress by dipping into the water solution, make sure that two sides are absorbed the water.
  • Then you can leave the solution along with the mattress for at least thirty minutes.
  • Once thirty minutes passes, you can rinse the foam and then clean it properly.
  • Now make sure to take the task gently.
  • Now it’s time to take the water out by squeezing it out. You can apply a little pressure and do not twist or apply further pressure.
  • It’s time to get rid of the water used in cleaning.
  • Once done, now add more detergent or Vinegar would do the trick.
  • Then again you can apply the detergent or the vinegar on the both sides
  • If you have enough energy left in you then rinse it all over again.
  • After properly rinsing it you can simply leave it for at least ten minutes.
  • Set the timer to ten minutes then you can remove the excess detergent water or vinegar.
  • It’s time to dry it off with the use of tools.
  • In this case, if you are planning to use Hair Dryer then make sure to set it to the lowest setting.
  • Ensure that you are drying it from a distance or else you will only damage it.
  • You can even use the electric fans, which are small in size and you can carry them in your hands.
  • Make sure to dry them completely, it might look and seem dry from outside but from within it isn’t.

Conclusion

It is highly advised that you dry the foam for at least half an hour or so because you might end up having a dirty odor come out of it. What are necessary steps you take to clean the foam? Let us know in the section.


If you are feeling a little worried about what lies of head of you, that’s understandable. But don’t ignore it if the anxiety is strong. Decorating should be a fun, exciting adventure, not a painful event. If you’re feeling very tense about the whole thing, take a step back and try to determine why.

 

Is the budget you’re working with too high? Are you in the middle of life changes that make it hard for you to focus on this task? Are you unhappy with your roommate and therefore find it difficult to work on the living spaces you share? If you have such problems, put off major decorating for a while. Working on your home might seem like a good diversion to help you forget about an unhappy condition, but the issues that are really bothering you will have to be worked out sooner or later.

When you’re ready to begin decorating your home, you will probably start noticing things like interesting groupings in friends’ homes, or perhaps you’ll impulsively pick up a decorating magazine (or two, or three) in the grocery store. When the time is right, you’ll know, and you’ll do a much better job if the stress has been worked through.

Another idea, if you’re not feeling confident about home decorating, is to get advice from professionals. Many interior decorators across the country specialize in providing design services for small-budget clients. Some friends of mine contacted one such designer, who came to their home for just a few hours and gave them many ideas on how to improve problems areas. Her consultation fee was reasonable, and they were able to initiate her ideas all by themselves.

The difference, in some rooms, was incredible, and their money was well spent.

You can get free help, too. There are many websites and television programs dedicated to home decorating. Seek them out and see whether they can help you. Jot down ideas, print out instructions— don’t go it alone; there’s plenty of help out there.

Most of all, we encourage you to have fun while you decorate your living spaces, no matter what your budget may be. Good luck!!


I have a passion/obsession for fabulous vintage lighting. Chandeliers are my favorite and I have one “OK maybe more than one” hanging in every room of my home. I love the eye candy they bring to a room and I never tire of looking at them. Placing a chandelier as the center crown of your room and building your decor around it adds such opulence and grandeur to any space. I adore flanking petite chandeliers on each side of my bedstead or hanging them in the powder room to add that extra touch of femininity. Another great way to use vintage chandeliers that may not be safe to use indoors is using them outside. I have an old wrought iron chandy hanging in my gazebo and another hanging under my deck. If you find an old chandelier and the color just doesn’t work for your home, it is easy enough to grab a can of high lacquer spray paint and painting it the color of your choice. I have done this several times and always love the end result! If you are looking for a chandelier to grace your space click here. I hope you enjoy drooling along with me, over the above collage of vintage chandeliers! xo, Alys

Improve Your Home Now With These Simple Tips

Improving your home is a big decision. It can increase your homes value and make it more appealing to potential buyers. You also want to balance that with making changes in a way that reflect who you are and how you live, since this is after all, your home. This article will give you some great advice on both fronts.

If you have a large garden but would like more indoor living space, adding a conservatory is one home improvement you should consider. A conservatory will provide an additional room to your house that will be filled with natural light. The room can be used for moonlit dinners, home gym equipment, sun lounges and much more. The structure is also likely to catch the eye of potential buyers and increase the resale value of your home.

Small rooms can seem cramped and gloomy, but they do not have to stay this way. Get some light into these rooms. Make sure your windows are perfectly clean and pull up the shades. It is amazing how much the room will look bigger if you use natural light. Eliminate clutter and paint the walls with pale colors. Your small room won’t seem cramped anymore.

You don’t have to throw out your old wicker patio furniture. Sure, it may be weathered, but you can make them good as new. Replace your old cushions, or sew a new cover for them. Buy some cheap spray paint in shocking black or elegant white and spray your wicker set in the chosen color. Make sure to wear a protective mask over your mouth for safety. This can make your patio set look good as new and give you a reason to spend the day outdoors.

You want to balance your design taste and your financial ability when working on home improvement. If you use the tips from this article and keep your wits about you, you’ll be able to complete projects that are both stylish and within your budget.