I recommend a product called SSScat. It is completely safe and harmless. You can usually purchase it on ebay. Clean the cat litter trays daily. Keep Cat Litter trays in a quiet location. Diabetes in cats can cause increased urination. Your cat may be suffering from Feline Stress.
Cats do not like to use the toilet near to where they eat. That’s not surprising neither do we! Try to reinforce positive behavior. Which Breed is right for you? If mattress stains and odors are taking over your mattress this simple method will quickly become your best friend. Check out the reader tips — esp. Removing stains and odors from a child’s mattress is a nasty job, but with this simple method, it’s easy to do!
Easy family recipes and more! If stains and odors are taking over the mattress in your child’s room, this simple method to remove those nasty pee odors and stains will quickly become your best friend. This is kind of a gross topic to discuss on the blog, but it’s a real life issue that we deal with on a weekly basis. I had a lot of feedback from moms dealing with the same thing so I figured maybe you could use some cleaning tips like this as well. Follow these easy tips for how to clean your mattress. I have broken this post up into a few pages to make is easier to read since there is a lot of text. Be sure to read my favorite comments and tips from readers at the end of this post.
My son loves to help and asked to help with this cleaning project. Since the products I used are completely safe, I said yes. He loves to be my model! My son has always had a nighttime issue with wetting the bed. I would have to buy the extra absorbent nighttime diapers, and at times he would even leak through those. I have spent more time cleaning his bedding then I care to count and even now at six years old, it’s still a very prominent issue.
His poor mattress is riddled with stains because he doesn’t always tell me that the sheets were wet, and by the evening, they are dry. I would clean it as best I could but nothing worked. Febreze and other cleaners simply masked the odors, and some cleaning solutions that I’d found online didn’t work well on the stains. So I decided to create my own method based on items in my pantry, and it’s been working great! This method of removing odors from your mattress is really simple and doesn’t require any fancy scented oils or kitchen utensils. I also like that the products I use aren’t harmful and my son can help with the clean-up. I’m Kristin, the creative mind behind Yellow Bliss Road where you will be inspired by tons of easy to follow recipes, lots of free printables, and a little sprinkling of life thrown in for good measure.
My Husband just had his prostrate out poor guy is wearing adult diapers but they don’t always protect our mattress, this morning was the third time he had an accident, and this time the mattress Cover that has a rubber back did not work I am thinking that it was not meant for the dryer and somehow I ruined it. I was upset about the pee actually reaching the mattress and I jump on the computer to find you treatment. I didn’t have a spray bottle so I soaked some white rags in the finger. I wasn’t satisfied with that so I tried sprinkling the vinegar on the mattress, I think I ended up with too much vinegar then threw a bunch of baking soda on top it’s very wet. I need to wait for it to completely dry ? I get as much of the baking soda off and then add more baking soda? If the baking soda is really wet it may have soaked up all it can.
I’d maybe try tome more baking soda, but before doing that soak as much vinegar up as you can with some rags. Any other suggestion that will actually work? Hi Jean, this method actually does work for me and tons of other people. I’m sorry it isn’t working for you. Thank you desperate in New Orleans, you helped me out tremendously. Do you have to use a vacuum to wipe off the baking soda or can you just use a paper towel to get it off? To ensure that you get all of the baking soda, you’d want to use a vacuum. What if I dont have a vacuum? You could try brushing it up with a broom and dustpan, but a vacuum would work best. Would apple cider vinegar work the same? Do you think this would work on milk stains?