How to remove urine stains from a mattress using a mixture of hydrogen peroxide, dish soap, and baking soda which seemed to simple, but it works For Kids, Urine Stained, Stained Removal, Potty Training, Baking Sodas, Hydrogen Peroxide, Pets Stained, Pet Stains, Pee Stained
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|3 tbsp||Baking soda|
|8 ounces/237 ml hydrogen peroxide 3% (this can be found in a brown bottle in the first aid aisle of most pharmacies or stores)|
|1 drop||Of liquid hand dish washing soap|
|You need a measuring cup, tablespoon, funnel, and spray bottle.|
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Remove urine stains from matresses w You need a measuring cup, tablespoon, funnel, and spray bottle. 8 ounces/237 ml hydrogen peroxide 3% (this can be found in a brown bottle in the first aid aisle of most pharmacies or stores) 3 tablespoons/14.29 grams of baking soda 1 drop of liquid hand dish washing soap
You will need to mix these ingredients together: 10 ounces of hydrogen peroxide 3 tablespoons of baking soda Just a drop or two of your favorite dish detergent
laundry stain cheat sheet---These are all wonderful tips, and I'd add this: while working many years as a registered nurse in surgery & critical care, I kept a bottle of peroxide handy at the desk or in my locker.....apply a little to blood stains & they lift right out. I always had the whitest lab coat & cleanest shoes! Peroxide works well for stains that are organic in nature....
Remove pee stains...You need a measuring cup, tablespoon, funnel, and spray bottle. 8 ounces hydrogen peroxide, 3 T. of baking soda,1 drop of liquid dish soap. Mix all ingredients into the spray bottle and use within 20 minutes. The mixture only works if you use it immediately. You should see the stain lift and disappear within 5-10 minutes. Once the mattress dries, if a baking soda film remains, then simply wipe or vacuum it off. Should work for pet stains as well. :)
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