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Moved into a condo, mattress is a bit dirty and dusty. I'd like to have it cleaned. The few places I've contacted basically said they do a deep vacuum, which would help with the dust but not any staining. Any suggestions?

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6 hours ago, revgreen said:

Moved into a condo, mattress is a bit dirty and dusty. I'd like to have it cleaned. The few places I've contacted basically said they do a deep vacuum, which would help with the dust but not any staining. Any suggestions?

Have you tried this company, https://www.facebook.com/pg/dreamhygiene/services/

 

If the mattress is dirty and stained, why not just  ask the owner to replace it, maybe offer to go halves on the price?

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Depending how long your stay ? …..as the advice from post #2 is the best...,it can save you from "itchy and scratching "Pattaya matrasses meet a lot of different people ….

About price ….those adverting company's don't work for free neither...

I bought 8 years ago a full latex Dunloppilo one in Home Pro in action price for 12000 Baht , normal around 20000 and  up to now sleeping as on a cloud ,...after more than 1 year on Thai torture matrasses 

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14 hours ago, Just Weird said:

If the mattress is dirty and stained, why not just  ask the owner to replace it, maybe offer to go halves on the price?

I tried and he said no. Fair play because I did also get him to buy a brand new TV and washing machine. Pick your battles I guess.

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Get a topper to put on top. Less hassle and brand new.

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In the past whenever a sofa or mattress has needed cleaning the landlord has paid. It costs 300-800 baht. You can buy mattress protectors (not the same as the soft toppers) for about the same price from Tesco, IKEA or the usual online stores.

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