Norwex Mattress Cleaner – Review

Norwex Mattress Cleaner

Breathe better when you use Norwex Mattress Cleaner.

Norwex Mattress Cleaner is designed to remove organic material from mattresses, bedding and fabric furniture.  It will neutralize and eliminate unpleasant organic odours and get rid of dust mites!

BENEFITS

  • Gets rid of dust mites and their feces (VERY allergy-causing in many people – snoring, coughing, etc.) and can eliminate allergic reactions
  • Gets rid of urine smell and staining (extremely well)
  • Only product on the market for elimination and removal of all organic waste inside the mattress
  • Environmentally friendly and biodegradable
  • Dual function: By use of Zinc complex and micro organisms unpleasant odours and organic material are encapsulated, neutralised and eliminated.
  • Minimizes bacteria and dust mite growth
  • Continues working until all organic material is removed
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Cleans where other products are unsuccessful

 

So Does it Actually Work?

Absolutely! This is an amazing product for anyone who suffers from dust allergies, asthma, or for people who snore! Yes, the Norwex Mattress Spray can reduce or eliminate snoring…. my hubby was a snorer, but about month after my first application of the mattress spray, I noticed that that his snoring had lessened noticably – Hooray!!!
I also have customers who no longer have to use their inhalers, now that they’ve started using the Norwex Mattress Spray. Listen to this customers experience:

“Every morning I would wake, and reach for my inhaler (for my tight chest), and then spend the next 30-40 minutes sneezing repeatedly, as my system rid itself of the stuff that had accumulated in my sinuses and chest during my night’s sleep. I used the Norwex Mattress Spray on our bed, pillows and duvet, and waited to see if it would help. Two weeks later, I threw my inhaler in the garbage! No longer was my breathing laboured in the morning, and the sneezing attacks stopped! This mattress spray is worth it’s weight in gold!” (Pattie, Saint John, NB)

HOW TO USE the Norwex Mattress Cleaner:

  • Use 2-3 times per year. 10 sprays does a twin mattress, 15 sprays does a queen-size mattress.
  • Must be sprayed directly on the mattress (no need to flip), pillows, stuffed animals, furniture or carpet.
  • Use it twice a year, every 6 months. For asthmatic households, use it quarterly, every four months.
  • NOT for use on non-absorbent crib mattresses (ones with vinyl type covering).
  • This is a GREAT product for pet owners!

Questions About the Mattress Cleaner

Dust Mites

Dust Mites... gross...

Why Is It Important To Reduce the Number of Dust Mites In Our Homes?

Dust mites are microscopic. About 50 of them can fit on the head of a pin. Dust mites feast on the fungus that grows from dead skin cells and animal dander. The average adult sheds about 15 lbs of skin cells per year; 80% of that is shed in bed.
On average, one dust mite produces 50 fecal pellets daily .These droppings are the most common cause of dust -related allergies. Approximately 80% of asthmatics are allergic to dust mites.Guess what? It’s not the Dust Mites causing the allergies; it’s the feces they leave behind.
There are millions of dust mites in your home, which live in your furniture, carpet, bed, bedding, and even your children’s stuffed toys. Did you know that 10% of the average pillow’s weight is dust mite feces?

How Does Norwex Mattress Cleaner Work to Get Rid of Dust Mites?

Mattress Cleaner has live, non-pathogenic (not disease causing) bacterial organisms in it, which use “enzymes” to rid the mattress of debris.  The enzymes feed on the dead dust mites, dust mite feces, pet dander and dead skin cells, yeast and fungi. These enzymes are like a protein that feed on all the above and will continue to until all are eradicated.  The end product is carbon dioxide and water – completely safe. Once there is no longer anything left for the enzymes to feed on they disintegrate.

There is a misconception that the Mattress Spray kills dust mites; the truth is that the mattress spray doesn’t actually KILL anything!  It works by eating up organic waste such as dead dust mites and all of their accumulated fecal matter…as well as eating up all of the stuff the dust mites want to eat; i.e., it eats their food too…so dramatically limits their growth – a process microbiologists refer to as competitive inhibition!

I thought microorganisms weren’t neccessarily stable at room temperature?

The microorganisms that live in Norwex Mattress Spray are what are called “shelf-stable.” This means that they’re able to survive at room temperature, basically due to their inability to metabolize nutrients contained in the liquid product (the pH of the liquid is also a factor).
Okay, But What About Dry Climates Like Alberta Where Dust Mites Don’t Thrive?
It’s true that in dry climates like Alberta and Saskatechewan, dust mites aren’t nearly the problem they are in more humid areas like B.C., Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes. For many allergy sufferers, though, even a relatively small number of dust mites can cause a big problem. I have many Alberta customers who visit my website specifically to purchase Norwex Mattress Cleaner because they swear by its ability to dramatically reduce allergic reactions.

Important Note: The Norwex Mattress Spray DOES NOT kill bed bugs, as it is not an insecticide.

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34 Responses to Norwex Mattress Cleaner – Review

  • Natasha says:

    I recently purchased the Norwex Mattress Cleaner, SOO excited to use it! I sprayed my mattress, pillows, foam padding, feather bed… After about 48 hours everything I had sprayed now has yellow spots all over. How come the spray turned my bed yellow?

    • Deja says:

      Oh No!!! That’s terrible Natasha :( I’ve never heard of this happening before… yellow spots – the Norwex Mattress Spray is one of my most popular sellers, and this is the first time I’ve heard of this issue. You need to contact the Norwex consultant who you purchased your Mattress Spray from, and she will be able to get you a replacement bottle. In the meantime, I’m going to investigate a bit, and see if I can find out what might have caused the yellow spots. If you find out, please let me know!

  • Jill Reasoner says:

    Thank you for including so much information on your site. I have recently ordered Norwex mattress cleaner from a local mom and was hoping to use it on a section of carpet that was spilled on several days and is now beginning to smell mildewy.

    I believe I will try it, but am hoping you can tell me if I should pull up the carpet to spray the carpet pad too? And, perhaps the wood underneath as well?

    Thank you!

    • Deja says:

      Jill, I’m so glad you’re finding this site helpful! You most definitely can try the mattress spray for the mildewy smell, but you shouldn’t need to pull up the carpet; the enzymes in the Mattress spray will move their way through your carpet and into the carpet pad. If, however, it’s still damp under the carpet, I would recomend that you pull it up and make sure it’s completely dry before spraying it with the Mattress Spray. If the Mattress Spray doesn’t work to remove the smell, you could try the Norwex Odour Eliminator, which is another one of the Norwex enzyme products. The enzymes in the Odour Eliminator targets the bacteria that cause the smell, and gets rid of them. I’ve used it on MANY smelly mattresses, carpets, & couches to get rid of an array of odours, from mildew to cat pee!

  • Sheila Prince says:

    Hello,
    Would you mind explaining to me just how you use it? I understand that I spray the mattress and the mattress cover, then wait about 4 hours before remaking the bed with the just washed in hot water sheets and blanket. But what about our comforter? After I spray it, will I want to go ahead and use it too while the spray is doing its thing or should we wait several days? We use the comforter on top of a light blanket. It doesn’t come in contact with all of our body but certainly our face and neck and hands.

    Also, is it best to wash the mattress cover, and comforter (it’s down alternative) first along with the sheets and blanket and then spray them along with the mattress itself?

    Thanks so much. It’s been hard to find the answer on line.

    • Deja says:

      To use the Norwex Mattress Spray, you simply need to spray a light mist over the surface of your mattress, pillows, stuffed animals, bedding, etc. 10 sprays does a twin mattress, 15 sprays does a queen-size mattress, and I would use 2-3 sprays for pillows or stuffed animals. Basically, you just want to make sure that the entire surface has been misted.
      The Norwex Mattress Spray is completely safe for people and animals, even fresh from the bottle. If you spray your comforter, blankets, pillows, or stuffed animals, they can be safely used immediately. I always wait until they are dry to the touch, but even if they are still a little damp, the ingredients in the Mattress Spray will not hurt you. The Mattress Spray will continue to do its work, in whatever you’ve sprayed, for at least 4-6 months – the enzymes live in your mattress or duvet for that long!

      If you want, you can wash your mattress cover and duvet before using the Norwex Mattress Spray, but it isn’t necessary for dust mite removal. I should also say that in order to kill the dust mites by washing, you need to do the wash in hot water – cold or warm water will not kill them or their eggs.

  • Tara says:

    I saw that this product contains zinc. Are there any nanoparticles in it? Can it be used on baby toys?

    • Deja says:

      Hi Tara, I’ve used the Norwex Mattress Spray on all forms of plush toys, including ones that went in my kids mouths! If you’re concerned at all about your baby ingesting the product, I would simply wait 12 hours after spraying, before giving the toys back to your child. By this time, the spray would be well dried and incorporated into the stuffed toy.

  • Liz says:

    I am allergic to dust mites pretty badly. While I was pregnant, I packed away my pre-pregnancy clothes and now that I’m losing the weight I took them out and washed/dried them last night. Tried to wear a shirt this morning and started sneezing, getting hot and having trouble breathing. Then I realized what I had done. Anyway, would this spray work on clothes do you think? I have read I can freeze the clothes but wouldn’t that just **kill** them and not remove the feces/pieces of them that cause allergies? What is your advice?

    • Deja says:

      Hi Liz, YES! The Norwex Mattress Spray is great on clothes that have been sitting for a while collecting the remains of dust mites :P One of my dust allergy customers recently told me that she sprays it on top of all the clothes in her closet once a month, and finds it helps significantly with her allergy flare ups. The Mattress Spray works the same on all fabrics as it does on mattresses and pillows. You can also use the Mattress Spray on area rugs, stuffed animals, & curtains!

  • Pam Wostrel says:

    Hi!

    Can you tell me what the shelf-life is for Norwex Mattress cleaner? Thank you so much!

    Pam

  • shauna says:

    Hi,

    I noticed in your reply to the woman who asked if she needed to pull up the carpet and spray the pad directly that you said that the product would work through to the pad. Wouldn’t that be the case too if you sprayed the sheets on your bed rather than removing them and spraying the mattress directly. Also, if you use it on the bedding will it get washed away when you launder it?

    • Deja says:

      While it’s true that the Mattress Spray will kill the dust mites in your sheets, like you mentioned, it won’t remove all the dirt from your sheets… hair, toe lint, etc. I suppose you COULD just spray your sheets with the Mattress Spray to “clean” them, but I can’t say that I’d recommend it.

  • Shannon says:

    I just received my mattress cleaner. It does not have zinc or the microorganisms in the ingredient list. I know it used to say microorganisms
    Have they changed the formulation. Now there is just enzymes.
    How would we know if it works the same as before. Also the bottle says nothing about dust mites.

    • Deja says:

      I don’t believe they’ve changed the formulation Shannon, they probably just changed the packaging and modified the wording for the ingredients… “microorganisms” is now “enzymes”, but they both mean the same thing.

  • Rai says:

    Hi, I was wondering if I can use the Norwex Mattress Cleaner on my downed comforter? Thanks!

    • Deja says:

      Hi Rai, You definitely can use the Norwex Mattress Cleaner on your down filled comforter! We also have a down filled duvet, and I use the Mattress Cleaner on it every time I spray my mattress.

  • Karen says:

    Can you the Mattress Cleaner on Memory Foam?

  • Lynn O Connell says:

    I have a memory foam mattress that has had a water proof zipped mattress pad completely around the mattress and bottom “springs”. for the 2 years we have had it. Can dust mites get in side of them? This was put on when they delivered it and then I had 90 days to return the mattress if I didn’t like it. My husband snores a lot and has asthma. I have a lot of itching! I have had the mattress cleaner for a year and never used it! I love this site! I now know how to use this product.

    • Deja says:

      Lynn, I’m so happy to hear that the information on my blog is helping you with your Norwex products! I had to do a little research to find the answer to your question about your mattress cover. Not all mattress covers protect from dust mites, and there are a few things to look for when purchasing one:

      1. Does you mattress cover have a certificate showing the it’s purpose is as an allergen inhibitor?
      2. Pay close attention to the pore size of your cover. Your best bet is to go for anything that comes with 2.8 micron or less pore size, even if it costs more. This size allows for breath-ability, but is small enough to keep dust mites from getting into your mattress.

  • Ann says:

    I have a 4 inch memory foam pad over the top of my mattress. Can I just spray the cleaner and will this cleaner kill the dust mites on the memory foam?

    • Deja says:

      Hi Ann, Yes, you definitely can use the Norwex Mattress Spray on Memory foam! My daughter has a memory foam pad on her bed, and I spray it with the Mattress Cleaner frequently.

  • Natalie says:

    Hi Deja, you mention the Norwex Mattress Spray should be stored at a cool temperature while in the bottle, once sprayed on the mattress is it ok to use an electric blanket or will this harm the enzymes?

    • Deja says:

      Hi Natalie, Using an electric blanket won’t damage the enzymes in the Norwex Mattress Spray. By the time your mattress has dried, and you put your sheets on, and then climb into bed, the enzymes have already worked their way down from the surface of your mattress. So go ahead and use your electric blanket with peace of mind!

  • Barb says:

    Can you use the Norwex Mattress cleaning spray for your mattress and then cover it with a enclosed mattress cover? will it mold or not work if its enclosed?

    • Deja says:

      Barb, yes, you can use the Norwex Mattress Spray and then enclose your mattress with a mattress cover. Other than vinyl, most mattress covers are somewhat breathable, otherwise you would sweat too much when sleeping on them. This air movement would allow for the release of moisture as well. After you’ve sprayed your bed with the Norwex Mattress Spray, make sure you give the mattress ample time to dry (at least 3-4 hours) before putting the mattress cover on.

  • Tara says:

    Hi,

    When I received my Norwex Mattress Cleaner, it was frozen. Will this reduce the effectiveness of it? Do I need to ask for a new bottle? I haven’t opened it yet.

    Thanks!

    • Deja says:

      Tara this has happened to me before as well! When I asked whether the Mattress Spray would still work, the answer was “yes, it will still be just as effective”, so go ahead and use it on your beds. :)

  • Mary says:

    The Norwex Mattress Cleaner says to shake well before using. I shook the container well, but when I sprayed it on my bed it didn’t come out as a mist. It was more gloppy. How is it supposed to come out of the sprayer?

    • Deja says:

      Mary, on the nozzle for the Mattress Spray there’s a little mess flappy thing that can be pulled away from the end. If the mesh is in front of the sprayer, the product will come out foamy instead of as a mist. The mesh cover is meant to be used for products such as the Norwex Descaler to help the product last a little longer, but it doesn’t work well for the Mattress Spray!

  • Rachel says:

    I have an odd question…does the mattress spray do anything for mold inside plush things such as stuffed animals or mattresses? If not, is there another Norwex product that does?

    • Deja says:

      Rachel, unfortunately none of the Norwex products are designed to eliminate mold, especially not mold that is growing inside plush items – sorry :(

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