How To Get Urine Out Of A Mattress-




 Yes....this is not good but this works!!!
For those who have had this problem, this is the best solution I have found. 






Baking Soda
You can eliminate bed-wetting stains or pet urine stains on a mattress using baking soda. If the urine has soaked into the mattress quite a bit, baking soda can remedy the situation. Simply sprinkle a good amount of baking soda onto the affected area. It will actually lift the stain and smell out of the mattress. After it dries, brush off or vacuum up the baking soda residue. You may have to repeat this process several times for optimal results.


Gotta go. Need to start my iced tea IV!

18 comments:

lizziefitz said...

I always think it is a passive aggressive way of saying stay home. Ugh!

Suburban Princess said...

I handle my husband like I handle my son...when he makes a mistake, I make him clean it up. Child spills juice, child wipes it up. Husband causes big mess in the bed...husband has to clean it up or live with my wrath until it is cleaned up.

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busycountrygirl said...

Thanks so much for the info, i'm off to try it as soon as i post this. Sadly the pee matress is my fault. We had company, got out of the normal be time routine,forgit the pull up and now i have a pee soaked matress. To make it worse the matress protector i recently bought is still in the package right Next to the bed. Hey give hubby a break, i mean you really can't expect them to do everything we do as good as we do. They're men, they just arne't wired the way we are. They're not cable of multitasking the way we do, everyday, its a necessity for us, like breathing.

Angela said...

It's not that they're not capable - they're capable. Just if your husband works away from home and you stay home, you have more practice with the kids' routines.

Anonymous said...

OMG! THE PULL UP WAS TWISTED ON THE BACK LEFT SIDE OF THE LEG?BUM AND WHEN HE PEED IT WENT DOWN HIS LEG AND HE PEED IN MY BED!!!

Anonymous said...

It's not a husband thing...it's a brain thing! I'm like you people. My wife is just like your husbands...let's the kids walk all over her...they sleep in our bed the minute I leave for work. If i'm out of town they live in our bed - eat, sleep play...it's MADDENING!!! I have to hide my pillows in the closet each morning when i leave to have even a small sense of cleanliness. Don't look at gender for these things...look at what's going on in their brains. BTW, thanks for the advice on the baking soda. I'll probably be back to this website for more advice as STUFF happens.

Richard said...

It's not a husband thing...it's a brain thing! I'm like you people. My wife is just like your husbands...let's the kids walk all over her...they sleep in our bed the minute I leave for work. If i'm out of town they live in our bed - eat, sleep play...it's MADDENING!!! I have to hide my pillows in the closet each morning when i leave to have even a small sense of cleanliness. Don't look at gender for these things...look at what's going on in their brains. BTW, thanks for the advice on the baking soda. I'll probably be back to this website for more advice as STUFF happens.

Twana Culver said...

It’s really a pain to have urine stains all over the mattress, right? It can’t really be avoided it, especially when you have kids. Using baking soda can really help eliminate the stain and the odor of urine from the mattress. But if the stain is a tough one, you can use a mixture of pourable think paste with cornstarch and water. Just leave it for several hours. Like the effect of baking soda, the tough stain and odor will be eliminated easily.

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Anonymous said...

Wow. I am the idiot husband. Actually(wife). I thought my son was potty trained and he had an accident. I'm going to try the baking soda trick! Please don't be so demeaning to your husband. Because my husband uses the same tone with me. I make the (messy) mistakes and its very hurtful when he talks to me this way! . I am great at many other things. Please understand your hurtful language is just as bad as the absentminded messes your husband may make!

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Anonymous said...

I'm in your boat, man.

Anonymous said...

Good information on the baking soda but my word your not nice to your husband with the way you speak of him... I'm sure if you treated him better he would work harder for you... If my wife talked about me like that she would be a single mom...

Kayley said...

Sometimes men are idiots, stop putting yourself on a pedestal and let this woman vent. Thank you for the tip, Fabulous Mom! & save some sweet tea for me :D

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