I’m the Queen of Clean and this is my cheap and simple hack to get rid of gross mattress stains in just 15 minutes | The Sun

IF you have some stubborn stains on your mattress and aren’t sure how to remove them, you’ve come to the right place. 

TV’s Queen of Clean, best selling author and columnist Lynsey Crombie, has taken to TikTok to share her quick and simple method for removing nasty mattress stains and it couldn’t be easier.



Not only is her mattress stain-removal method simple, you won’t believe how quick it works too. 

For Lynsey’s hack, you won’t need to go out and spend a fortune on fancy cleaning products either.

Lynsey explained how she makes her homemade method to quickly and easily remove mattress stains.

She said: “Mix water, hydrogen peroxide and washing up liquid and shake well.

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“Spray directly to the stains and scrub in.

“After 15 minutes, blot dry.

“Perfect!”

In a follow-up video, Lynsey explained more about her method.

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She continued: “My previous video is about mattress stains, which is one of my most-asked questions.

“Basically, it’s water, hydrogen peroxide which is a natural bleach and a tiny drop of washing up liquid.

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“Your quantities are basically 50 water, 50 hyodren peroxide and then a small drop of washing up liquid.

“This will last me about 3 months in a bottle like this but you can make a much smaller quantity if you want for small stains.

“If you have got odours on the mattress that you’re struggling to shift, you can also add a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda.

“Give it a really good shake before you use it – this is an odour-eater so it will start to break down those smells for you.

“On Emma and Simba mattresses, be mindful not to over-drench it, spray a small amount and if you feel the product is working, that’s enough, don’t liberally spray.

“On other types of mattresses you can spray a little bit more vigorously if you feel the need to, because these ones won’t damage as easily.

“Leave the window open once you've treated the stain, open the curtains if you’ve got them – the natural sunlight is a natural disinfectant and a natural whitener as well, so that’s also going to help”.

In Lynsey's video we see her mattress, covered in stains, prior to her cleaning solution being applied.

Then, just 15 minutes later, the stains have magically disappeared and it looks almost brand new.

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Lynsey’s video has clearly impressed many, as it has quickly racked up 15.7k views.

But will you give this hack a try?



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