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Help - DD just thrown up on sofa!!!!

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fifitot Fri 30-Jan-09 19:17:56

It is fabric, dry clean in situ only and despite being scotchguarded, the very watery vomit has soaked in (tmi I know). Have just blotted with cool water with a tiny bit of upholstery cleaner in it and hoping for best.

However it still smells. Any ideas? Will getting a professional cleaner in be the only answer?

MarlaSinger Fri 30-Jan-09 19:20:25

Bicarb. Sprinkle over, leave, hoover off. Smell will be gone.

Hope she is okay.

MarlaSinger Fri 30-Jan-09 19:21:11

Actually you say it soaked in so I think I'd liberally pour on the bicarb and sort of rub it in, then leave and then hoover.

fifitot Fri 30-Jan-09 19:21:46

Just sprinkle it on to the damp fabric, or do I wait for it to dry. In fact some of it is dry now actually.

It doesn't stain does it? The bicarb, not the vomit.


MarlaSinger Fri 30-Jan-09 19:30:34

I'd put it on when dry to avoid is going like a paste - it won't stain. It's miracle stuff, when DS was newborn and pooed all over the sofa... well you'd never know to look at it or sniff it

fifitot Fri 30-Jan-09 20:21:38

Thanks very much. Have sent DH out to get some.

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