Tuesday, May 29, 2012

How to remove urine stains from a mattress

I know, it's kind of gross. But lets be honest here, everyone who has had a child knows that they pee in their beds (and ours).  When we bought our new house we also bought a brand new mattress, which four years and two babies later has seen it's better days.  Changing the sheets makes me cringe and I have always dreaded the day when we will have to kick it to the curb because the thought of someone seeing it is just embarrassing! Some of us get smart and buy mattress pads, but for those of you who never did, or maybe did but it was far too late, this concoction will absolutely BLOW YOUR MIND!  It's so simple, easy and it takes almost no effort at all and it actually works MIRACLES.  I am so kicking myself in the butt right now for not taking before and afters!!

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Here's what you will need:
  • measuring cup
  • empty spray bottle
  • 10 oz hydrogen peroxide
  • drop of dish soap 
  • 2-3 tbs baking soda
Here's what to do:
  1. Measure out your 10oz of hydrogen peroxide in the measuring cup 
  2. Add your 3tbs of baking soda to the hydrogen peroxide and mix until dissolved 
  3. Pour the mixture into your spray bottle and add a drop of the dish soap
  4. Shake and spray, spray, spray!!
Additional Notes:

I let the spray set in for about an hour with the ceiling fan going on high.  When I came back the stains were gone.  I didn't even touch it.



UPDATE:
This recipe has saved us on so many occasions, however like others have pointed out the mixture does have a tendency to get clogged in the spray bottle.  I have graduated to sprinkling the baking soda directly onto the mattress and spraying the soap and hydrogen peroxide mixture directly onto the mattress.  I rub it a little with a rag and vacuum when it has dried.  A little messier than the original recipe, however a lot less frustration with the clogged bottle!! 


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137 comments :

  1. Wow! Would this be a problem on a colored mattress? Does the peroxide have a bleaching effect?

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    1. Eric, I'm not sure. I use a stain remover for clothing that is 2 parts hydrogen peroxide and 1 part dawn dish soap and I have never had a problem with it. I'm guessing the baking soda would leave it discolored, but it wouldn't "bleach" the color out so to speak. I'll have to look into this.

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    2. "Ahhhhhhhmazing"! This worked like a charm (stain lifted almost immediately). In an effort to get the mattress to dry quicker/smell better I spread a light layer of baking soda over the already sprayed area.

      Thank you sooooo much for posting.

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    4. Okay I know the answer to this, so let me get this cleared up...

      Bleach- Doesn't care the material or the stain it just bleaches the color out of anything and everything.

      Hydrogen Peroxide- On the other hand only acts as a bleaching agent against "organic materials". So if you have an issue with something like urine, ketchup, mustard, etc... it will do its best to remove the organic stain, since most things now days are all synthetics. However I've heard of some people who have paid through the nose to get "organic colored clothes and stuff" from other countries and places where people are hung up on only organic and natural things, and then you wouldn't want to dream of using Hydrogen Peroxide on that, because if it was dyed with organic things, it will remove the color as well as the stain, But anything made commercially you wouldn't have to worry about, not in the USA or big countries that rely on machined manufacturing.

      ***Note- Look on a jar of Oxy Clean "powdered hydrogen peroxide" that's it!

      Dish Soap- All it does and is mean to do is to break the surface tension of the water and thus the stain, just like you see on food when you are doing dishes. The dish soap Dawn is a great one when you are up against grease, you can use other ones they all do the same thing in essence, some are more harsh, others are less harsh. The idea remains the same, to get the stain to want to soft and allow it to help lift it up as the hydrogen peroxide does its work.

      Baking Soda- From the fridge to the trash can, to removing a stain its effect remains the same, its sole job it so help remove the smell as an odor absorber, when its wet it tends to have more access to the liquid smell, and as it dries it helps to wick the moisture and smell up and away to be vacuumed up or brushed off.

      ***Some Extra Information***

      If you really want to increase the effectiveness of odor and stain fighters look at "Mule Team Borax" in the laundry isle at the store, it helps make the soap and such more effective! Another trick that my Mom and Grandma taught me to getting a stain out was to use Vinegar or Ammonia, while clear Ammonia doesn't stain things like clothes in the washer, it has a definite smell to it, which can get blood and ink out of things which nothing else I know of really can. Oh and don't worry, it doesn't leave your clothes smelling afterwards, you just add it in with the wash with the soap, or in with the fabric softener is the way my wife does it. Vinegar on the other hand is great for helping to get the smell out of things, my Mom use to work in bar's and always smelled like smoke as a non-smoker until she learned this trick, and would wash her clothes with vinegar. Then she learned to set out a bowl of vinegar around the house to eat up unpleasant smells and even smoke from a smokey kitchen to smoke from a smoker. I later started washing my work clothes with it and got the various smells out, and then turned to using it to get the smell of urine out of carpet and other things, including the smell of skunk out of a car, and then baking soda over the top, it took a couple of treatments but I succeeded where nobody else did.

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  2. does this work on colors too or just on whites

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    1. I don't see why not! Only thing I would worry about would be a residue from the baking soda. I would highly suggest doing a small indiscreet area before spraying the entire mattress! Let me know!

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    2. Did it once and it worked the second time my bed turned brown

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    3. i read a lot of stuff and i found that the way of writing to clearifing that exactly want to say was very good so i am impressed and ilike to come again in future.. Green Tea Mattress

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  3. As you said, anyone with children knows what this problem is about. Does this take out the odor as well?

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    1. The baking soda is used to eliminate the odors. :)

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  4. Would this work on carpet? I have a puppy... (and y'all know how that goes!) ;-)

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    1. Yes! Try a test area first :)

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    2. Will do, thank you! =)

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    3. Let us know if and when you try it!

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  5. This is almost the same formula as I have found previously for getting out cat urine. It works amazingly for that as well.

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    1. Yes. I have read that baking soda helps with cat urine. We have never owned them, but I have heard that it can be a pretty awful smell!

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  6. The proportions might be slightly different, but it looks a lot like the formula I use for getting skunk spray off of the dog. I'm thinking it ought to work for any enzyme-based problem.

    However, be aware that the peroxide and baking soda will foam, so make sure you use a big enough bottle to mix them. Also, supposedly it's the oxidizing process that does the work, so when it's done, the mixture no longer works -- you can't make up a batch and keep it around, you have to mix it just before you use it. At least, that's what I read where I found the skunk spray remedy...

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    1. Nerissa, correct. The formula does have to be used right away and not left sitting. I will add this to the notes. Also, I had no problem with foaming, but I did mix it outside of the bottle. Great tips. Thanks!

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  7. I wish I had found this 10 years and three futon mattresses ago! I had a cat with "issues."

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  8. Thank you for posting this. It makes a lot of sense and is very inexpensive.. I hope it works on my temperpedic matress. My mother was hospicing here at home and had incontinence problems toward the end, as dying people usually do. (Gawd I miss her!) I love the mattress but thought I would have to toss it. Being a very expensive mattress I put off throwing it out and now I'm glad I did. I'm going to try this first thing in the morning. Thank you again!

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    1. Cynthia, any results to report? I'm dying to hear about someone using this!!

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  9. I want to hear about everyones results!!!

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  10. This works well on blood stains as well. I found that you have to blot the stains before they dry, but my mattresses were clean and odor-free.

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  11. Glad you were able to get the recipe to work for you. My son really out did himself back in March peeing on our mattress and this recipe I posted about in late March on my blog really did great. Amee

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    1. THe recipe really did work wonders. I will have to swing by your blog and check it out. Thanks for coming by.

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  12. Hydrogen peroxide will get out blood all by itself. The fresher the blood, the better it works. It destroys the proteins in the blood so it comes out easier.

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  13. I have a off white mattress, has anyone with a colored mattress tried it? And does it discolor it? I tiered oxy clean as when it was wet looked like it did the trick but no, when I dried it made yellow bigger stains :-/

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    1. I am not sure on this one. I would test a small hidden area to see. I THINK it should be okay.

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  14. I clean rich lady house. Pee on mattress by late husband. He always late paying me.

    Yes, I posted on the diy Scentsy bar.

    I love your blog. I had to look around so I found myself here. Thanks for this tip. We have cats mis-behaving, we have kids sleeping in... liquids and we sure did need this advice. Can't wait to tell my son and his wife. Too late for us, for my husband threw our mattress out on the curb.

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    1. Glad you found some of the information here useful! Hope that it works for your son and wife! :)

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  15. I"ve used this twice since finding it on pinterest a month or so ago (6 year old twin boys who are heavy sleeps!). It works! THe first time I did it, the smell of the cleaner was a bit overwhelming. NOt sure why, but this time - I don't seem to have that problem. Stains are out. Urine smell is gone. So thankful for this information!

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  16. I just sprayed this on my 3 year old's bed, and although it isn't quite dry, it's looking great! I'm going to mention this recipe to all my friends of little kids. Thank you for such a money saver!

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    1. Yay! So glad it worked well for you! I use it all of the time (sad to say) and I am always pleased with the results! :)

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  17. My three year old is working hard at making it to the potty but its only two nights a week that he makes it, realistically. This appears to be a similar recipe that my mom was going to use for the cat pee on the carpet, we have giant boxes of baking soda ready. I am waaaay more concerned with the odor than the stain - we put sheets on the mattress, I could care less about the stain. I will try this sometime this next week while we're all off for the holidays and see how it goes. Thank you for the info!!

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    1. You're welcome! I hope that it worked for you!

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  18. Would it work with stains that are about a year old? My son pooped through his diapers as a NB up until 4 months old. The stains are somewhat small and yellow.

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  19. Has anyone had luck using in on a Tempur-Pedic mattress?

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  20. I am still in awe at how well this works. I had a very expensive mattress that had two large urine stain. The stains had been there for over 3 years, and had turned almost brown. I have tried everything to remove them. Nothing worked until now. I had to treat them several times, drying them with a hair dryer between applications, but the stains are gone. I also found if yiu sprinkle baking soda on top of the sprayed area and vacuum off when dry, it works better. Thanks so much for the tip.

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    1. I know. I am still in awe as well! You're welcome!

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  21. Amazing! My cat accidentally got locked in my guest room and used the mattress for a litter box. I had 2 stains that I could not get out. I got the smell out, but not the stains. This took both stains right out!

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  22. This mixture worked right away on the urine stains. My daughter's friend wet the bed at a sleepover and I didn't want to embarrass her by stripping the bed immediately, so I pulled up the bedding and waited until the kids were gone and cleaned. I first used my carpet cleaner on the area. Wet it pretty well and then sucked up as much as I could. The stains were still there. I then mixed this recipe and it literally worked on contact at removing the stain. I sprayed the entire mixture on the 3' area. I am now hoping it gets cleans the mattress and the smell will be gone. I have a good feeling. Thank you!

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    1. The smell should be gone within a day or two! So glad it worked for you!

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  23. Hi
    Just wanted to say a big thankyou. It worked brilliantly. I had to do it for @least 3 days due to it being an old stain and now my mattress looks like its brand new.
    Thankyou so much for sharing this.

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  24. Definitely have to try this since my matress isnt even a year old and my 3 year old has had a few accidents and my husband had a bloody nose one morning. Thank you!

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    1. It works well! Let us know how it works for you!

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  25. I used bleach/water spray on a dried urine stain. It turned the stain orange. Can I now try your remedy? Or is dangerous to use your solution since I already treated stain with bleach (which by the way, I will never do again)! Thank you in advance.

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    1. oGood question! I am tempted to say that if it dry it should be safe, but I am not 100% sure. SOrry to hear about the orange spot!

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  26. This works awesome thank you so much! Only issue I have though is the mixture clogs up my spray container. I end up dumping the solution on my area b/c the spray will not work properly w/the mixture inside. I have purchased several different spray bottles and keep having the same issue. Any suggestions?

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    1. Ugh! Here too! The best alternative I have found is to sprinkle the baking soda on the bed, spray with the hydrogen peroxide/soap mixture and vacuum the excess off when it dries. I will update this. Thanks for the comment!

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    2. Hi Emily. Please, yes, that would be great if you could update the original instructions to include this, especially since you had that experience to begin with. Maybe as an alternate way to apply or something. I just pulled a few hairs out trying to figure out a) how the baking soda was supposed to dissolve in the H2O2 (it only hangs in suspension while it's being stirred and then settles down to the bottom) and then when I gave up and poured it in the bottle anyway, b) why none of the 3 spray bottles I tried stopped working after only 2 sprays; I finally figured out they were clogging.
      So I've poured the solution directly on the mattress now (futon) after reading through the comments to here where I finally saw this option, and we'll see what happens. I also dumped some baking soda on the wet spots after several minutes to help absorb the excess moisture (somewhere in here I read that too...). I also really love Anonymous' 3/31/13 suggestion to use a bowl and scrubber; that makes a lot of sense.
      I'm sure this particular page isn't necessarily your top priority in life, but it would be really cool if the alternate application methods could be incorped into the original post, would be a timesaver I think for others.
      Once the 2 spots I just, well really, soaked, dry, I'll try on the spot on the other side of the futon. Fingers crossed. I'll update with results. Thanks for posting this recipe!

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  27. I just mixed this in a bowl rather than a spray bottle and dipped my scrubber in. This stuff worked amazing!!! Pulled out our Pack N Play after 2 1/2 years and somehow moisture had gotten in the bundle and there was brown staining all over the mattress pad like "floor." It came right out!! Thank you!

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    1. You are welcome! glad the stain remover worked.

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  28. Does this work on carpet as well?

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    1. Im not sure but if you tried it, please let us know

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  29. Just used this on my 4.5 year old's mattress. She wet last night and had wet before. Her mattress was quite stained. Although the mixture did clog up my spray bottle (will take your advice and sprinkle on the baking soda and spray with peroxide/soap mixture next time). The stain is not completely out...will probably have to do it a couple more times due to old stains but it is considerably better!! Gonna pin this cause I have to heavy sleepers in this house...and they are on newer mattresses. So glad I found this!!!

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  30. Hallelujah!!!! It worked. I wanted to have faith, but I was skeptical. I have no idea how long the stain was on my mattress .... decided to wash the mattress cover today and there it was. Quite a mystery, but after having tried Oxiclean and Shout decided to try the Internet. I was leery because the mattress stains were already wet with the other products, so it's taken a while to dry. I am extremely impressed and grateful. Thanks for the recipe and all of the reviews.

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    1. You are welcome and thanks for joining us!

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  31. Thank you so much for the info. I wish I could post my before and after pics on here. My stains were over 2 yrs old. I had to sprinkle the baking soda on the bed because my first batch clogged with the baking soda and I had to vacuum the baking soda up after the bed dried but so worth it. It looks brand new. I can't believe it.

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  32. I just sprayed my mattress and I will update yall with the results tomorrow. I have tried shout and liquid detergent but the stains never leave. Ugh!

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  33. I just did this and it was amazing! Still some stain, but I won't have to leave the neighborhood out of embarrasment if I ever have put the mattress out on trash day! Thank you!

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  34. Going to try this out tomorrow. Have two big urine stains on both sides of my kids mattress. Read all these positive reviews so I'm hoping for the best! I was going to try a vinegar solution I read about earlier but the reviews for this method seem to have a better outcome.

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    1. good luck! Let us know how it works.

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  35. Very good info, if use chemicals to clean the stain it will make it harder for professional cleaners to get rid of the stain.

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  36. This worked great for my boy's beds that were stained and had an odor.

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  37. Your ingredient list says 10 oz of peroxide and the directions say 8. Is it 10? thanks
    Linda

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    1. Thanks Linda. It should be 10, I will change it!

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  38. Never thought to use this on mattresses. I use this continuously on the dogs as they seem to think those striped lil kittys want to play tag. This solution works wonderful on skunk oder! At one point of stand off between dog and skunk, the spray penetraited into the bedroom and settled onto all bedding and clothing. Thought I would try this solution in the wash. It worked beautifully! I also had a dog barf on a very old and ugly indoor/outdoor carpet, the solution work on the oder and stain however it did leave a ring in the carpet. But i think thats due to the rest of the carpet not being as clean as the spot where the dog had the accident. Will have to try this solution in my carpet cleaning machine.

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  39. I just tried it. My sprayer clogged with the baking soda even though I mixed it before I put it in and shook it all the way to the bedroom. Only got one part of the bed sprayed. :( Had some blood stains so I just used my hand to put it on them. It took the lighter ones out but not the heavy ones. Hopefully it dries without problem and works well even though my sprayer didn't.
    I used what was left to pour on a pair of tan shorts that has red Koolaid stain on it. If it takes it out great, if it ruins them-- they were already ruined!

    Thanks for the recipe.

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    1. Hop it worked well! I had the same problem with the spray bottle and will update this now!!

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  40. This worked wonderfully for urine in our son's bed. Thank you so much.

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    1. Yay! You're so welcome. It has been a life saver for us!

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  41. I have a pillowtop mattress that has recently gotten filled up with urine stains from a child. Should this work for me too?

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    1. I'm wondering the same thing...I hope so!

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    2. We have a pillow top and it has worked for us.

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  42. Can I use Baking powder instead of Baking soda? Would it still work?

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  43. CAn it be any kind of dish soap ??

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  44. Did anyone have any discoloration issues? I have a stain that I'd really like to get out but it's my landlords mattress and I'm not sure if I'd rather discolor the mattress or leave the stain in. There was another stain there previously so it might make more sense to leave it, but if I can get rid of it that's better.

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    1. It should turn the spot back to the original color. In my case, it has always turned white.

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  45. I am a shift-worker, I have to try and sleep during the day, and tend to sweat quite a bit on occasions ... This has caused several "sweat" stains ... will this concoction help with that type of stain too?? John.

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  46. I am wondering how this would work on a carpet that has some pretty bad puppy pee spots. My son's room smells so bad with the windows closed that I won't let him sleep in there. Whoever lived her before us had some big dogs in a tiny room.

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  48. Throw it away. Buy a new one + soft padded water proof pad = easy and clean

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  49. Worked like a charm! Thanks for the tip! :)

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  50. This was a great find! My 5-year old wet my bed during a nap. I was in panic mode because my bed doesn't have the waterproof that his does. I tried using 91% alcohol which I found on another site...it did nothing for the stain or odor. This mixture removed the stain and the odor. THANK YOU!

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    1. You are so very welcome! So glad it worked for you.

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  51. This recipe has saved carpeting on a number of occasions! I dampen the carpet with the peroxide and dish soap and then add baking soda over the top. It immediately foams up. I use me green Machine to scrub it in and them suck up excess water. Used it for pet stains, urine and poop, muddy prints on cream carpets, cat vomit, etc. it works like a charm every single time!

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  52. Does this work on set in stains?

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  53. I have used this both on my kids mattresses and on my carpet both for urine stains and on my carpet some vomit and feces stains ( dogs) and in works excellent I don't like most carpet cleaners because they leave a residue that eventually leaves a larger stain but with this mix I have only had success :)

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  54. I have several pee stains that I have treated with a bleach based product, Bam, I have just put this on this morning. Can I use this method on top of the Bam?

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  55. Do I need to use the entire bottle of solution? How wet do I need to get it?

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  56. Can you use this solution on hardwood floors for dog urine? My friends dogs pee on her floor & it drives me nuts when I go to watch her kids. Any suggestions please & Ty!

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  57. How strong is the peroxide you used, and by how much did you dilute it?

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