What You’ll Need
What You’ll Need
In order to remove urine stains from your mattress, you’ll need the following items: baking soda, white vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, a spray bottle, and a memory foam mattress protector.
1. Baking Soda
sprinkling baking soda on the affected area will help to absorb the urine and remove the stain.
2. White Vinegar
mixed with water in a spray bottle, white vinegar can be used to clean the stained area.
3. Hydrogen Peroxide
pour hydrogen peroxide directly onto the stain and let it sit for a few minutes before blotting it up with a paper towel. 4. Memory Foam Mattress Protector
laying a memory foam mattress protector over the stain will help to prevent future stains from occurring. 5. Spray Bottle
used to mix water and white vinegar together
If you’re faced with the unfortunate task of cleaning up pee from your mattress, there are a few preliminary steps you should take. First, if the area is still wet, try to air dry it as much as possible. Next, vacuum up the baking soda and any other debris. Finally, use a clean cloth to blot up any remaining urine.
Once you’ve taken care of the immediate problem, it’s time to start dealing with the stains. Sprinkle baking soda on the affected area and let it sit for a few hours. This will help absorb the urine and make it easier to clean.
Mix equal parts laundry detergent and dish soap with warm water and use a sponge or brush to scrub at the stains. Rinse thoroughly with cold water and then blot dry with paper towels. If the stain is still visible, you can repeat this process or try using a stronger cleaner like hydrogen peroxide or vinegar.
The Cleaning Process
1. First, blot up as much urine from the mattress as possible using a clean, dry cloth. Press down firmly to absorb as much liquid as you can.
2. Next, mix one tablespoon of dish soap with two cups of cold water. sponge the soapy water onto the affected area of the mattress, and blot it dry with a clean towel.
3. If the stain is still visible, mix one part white vinegar with two parts water and sponge it onto the stain. Blot dry with a clean towel afterwards.
4. Finally, sprinkle baking soda onto the area and let it sit for at least 15 minutes before vacuuming it up.
1. Finishing Up
To remove urine from a mattress, blot the area with a clean, dry cloth to absorb as much liquid as possible. Then, mix one part water with one part white vinegar and dab the solution onto the stain. Blot the area again with a clean cloth to remove the vinegar. Finally, sprinkle baking soda onto the spot and vacuum it up after it dries.