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Help! Wee on mattress

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punchkins Fri 28-Nov-14 15:40:27

Is this the right place to post this? Ill three year old was snuggled in our bed and 'forgot' she needed a wee. Brand new mattress now has a huge wee patch. I've dumped bicarb on it but what else should I do? And out mattress protector is clearly shit so any recs for those?

wowfudge Fri 28-Nov-14 16:24:15

Get some enzyme urine remover from Pets at Home. I prefer the Mr Muscle one to the Simple Solutions one. Sprinkle it over the affected area and allow to dry. Job done.

punchkins Fri 28-Nov-14 17:04:56

Brilliant, thank you. Is that the Mr Muscle Oxy Urine Destroyer Fresh Scent, 945 ml?

wowfudge Fri 28-Nov-14 18:39:40

Costs around £8 for the bottle? Yes!

InAllFairness Fri 28-Nov-14 20:39:04

Also clean with a solution of vinegar and water. And buy a waterproof sheet to go underneath the mattress protector

Liara Fri 28-Nov-14 20:41:19

Actually, sprinkle some bicarb on it, then spritz on a mix of oxygen water and a little washing up liquid.

Gets rid of it better than any specialist product I have ever come across (and is a lot cheaper than 8 quid!)

Pico2 Fri 28-Nov-14 20:58:46

We have a John Lewis waterproof mattress protector (quilted type) then a JL normal quilted mattress protector over the top. We had 2 incidents like yours before sorting out the right protectors.

punchkins Sat 29-Nov-14 14:39:19

A waterproof protector is definitley on the list now!
Liara, erm what's oxygen water?

Liara Sat 29-Nov-14 19:44:19

Sorry, hydrogen peroxide (in France where I live and in my MT it is called oxygenated water).

punchkins Sun 30-Nov-14 11:46:20

Ah yes. I remember using that on cat wee. Thanks for the reminder.

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