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How to Get Pee Stains Out of a Mattress

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3 tbsp Baking soda

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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.
  • Lorrain Wilder Mann

    Potty Training: Mattress Pee Stain Removal - good for Pet Stains too!

  • Leslie Hamill

    Mattress Pee Stain Removal: You need a measuring cup, tablespoon, funnel, and spray bottle.8 ounces hydrogen peroxide 3%. 3 tablespoons of baking soda. 1 drop of liquid hand dish washing soap. Mix all ingredients into the spray bottle and use within 20 minutes. 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.Also works well for pet urine stains.

  • Rukshuk

    Mattress Pee Stain Removal, says it also works for pet stains and removing skunk odor from dogs. -8 ounces/237 ml hydrogen peroxide 3% -3 tablespoons of baking soda -1 drop of liquid hand dishwashing soap Mix all ingredients into the spray bottle and use within 20 minutes. Do not attempt to store the leftover solution. because it will leak out of the bottle.

  • Sherry Mannebach

    Mattress Pee Stain Removal- for kids and grandkids

  • Maureen 'Bean'
    Maureen 'Bean' • 3 years ago

    Love DIY stuff for things like this. Thanks! :)

  • Ashley Simpson-Callahan

    I simply sprayed my mattress with water and poured on borax and let sit while we was out running errands when I returned I vacuumed the borax up good. You will see where borax has pulled the pee out of mattress. If some remains repeat. We had a serious bed wetting issue with my step son and this worked great!

  • Bennetry Herrmann
    Bennetry Herrmann • 3 years ago

    You can put the mattress out in the sun to dry, after this treatment !

  • Sarah Christensen
    Sarah Christensen • 3 years ago

    This trick cleaned my son's mattress great, no smell, no stain, and I figure I soaked it well enough that it got to all the "insides" just fine.

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