How to Get Pee Stains Out of a Mattress!

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Let's face it, in life accidents happen, no need to fuss, here is a great tutorial on How to Get Pee Stains Out of a Mattress. If you have kids or pets you know that it is quite possible you will have to clean urine out of something at some point. It is pretty normal for kids to wet the bed while they are sleeping, up until a certain age. When kids are little they are still learning how to control their bladders all of the time and sometimes it can be harder to do when they are sleeping. You can try and prevent it by not sending your kid to be with a tummy full of water or juice but sometimes it is just one of those things that happens. You can talk to you child about how wetting the bed when they are younger is quite normal, and not to be embarrassed about it because its ok and it is just an accident. You can tell them that as they get older they will not wet the bed because their body will get used to holding it in while they sleep. It is always better to talk to your kids about things like this than to get angry or upset about the fact that they have accidentally wet the bed. Getting angry at them just makes them feel ashamed which is not good for their self esteem or confidence.

Also, it is the same with pets, you can't get angry at them if they urinate by accident on your bed or anywhere else, and also unlike kids, they don't understand human language and they probably forgot that they peed on the mattress or carpet soon after they have done it. So getting angry at a pet for urinating on the bed will just confuse them. Pets will sometimes urinate on your bed as a territorial thing, to mark that you are theirs. Especially if there are other cats or dogs in the household. Pets will also urinate on the bed sometimes to tell you something is wrong. Maybe they don't like their litter or litter box if it is a cat, or maybe they have a kidney or bladder issue that needs to be addressed by a vet. You can also put plastic on your bed and make sure that pets stay out of your room if they have peed on your bed before.

Cleaning urine stains from a mattress old or new is not the most fun job, but it isn't that difficult either. This great post form Inspired Housewife will show you exactly how to remove urine stains from a mattress easily. You could go out and purchase chemical mattress cleaners from the store, but why use chemical mattress cleaners when you can make your own natural mattress cleaner from ingredients you probably already have at home? Amy from Inspired Housewife became famous for the trick she shares on cleaning urine stains from a mattress and has a great, detailed video showing us exactly how to remove urine stains from a mattress so it smells and looks fresh and clean. All you need to make this mattress cleaner is three simple ingredients, all of which you most likely have at your home in your kitchen. All you need is hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and Dawn dish soap mixed up in a nice spray bottle. She shows us exactly how to mix all of these ingredients up in the spray bottle. You want to be sure that you don't shake the ingredients vigorously when you are done, just swirl. Then you have your awesome homemade urine remover spray which she shows us how to use in the video on her site. So check it out and try it out for yourself the next time someone has an accident.*

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