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Mattress Stain Removal

Mattresses often get stained very easily over time and use. Luckily, there are brilliant stain removal products widely available at any local home hardware shop, such as B&Q, Wickes, Tescos, Homebase or Sainsbury's where you can purchase an upholstery fabric stain remover that can remove the most stubborn stains visible on mattresses.

For quick tips on how to clean and remove stains from a mattress see:

How to Clean a Mattress:

The Daily Fix: Remove Mattress Stains:

If the mattress is heavily stained due to frequent use and fair wear and tear, and the stains cannot be removed using any of the cleaning tips provided, or the mattress shows signs that it needs replacing, report a description of the issue by filling in a maintenance form.

Does Your Mattress Need Replacing?

With frequent use, mattresses can look worn and be a real discomfort and disruption to your active daily life. A general rule of thumb in the mattress industry is that mattresses should be replaced ideally every 5-7 years.

Arrive Homes strives to maintain these industry standards, and as such, we keep an inventory on the mattresses we provide to our letting shares and record when they are replaced so that you stay comfortable in your sleep and the quality of our services and standards of letting is upheld.

If you think that your mattress needs replacing before its guarantee, look for the following signs first to determine if it really is time to replace your mattress:

  • Is the mattress ripped or torn?
  • Does the mattress have soft spots?
  • Are there springs protruding out from the mattress?
  • Is the mattress sagging or do you see a dip in the middle?
  • Are there stains on the mattress that are unsightly and cannot be removed by hand
  • Is your mattress creaky or noisy and disrupting your sleep?

  • Need Further Assistance?

    To report any damage or need for repairs, please provide a full description of the maintenance issue when filling in your online Maintenance Report form.

    Once you have submitted a report, an Arrive Homes representative will be in contact with you shortly.