formula stains

Amanda - posted on 06/15/2009 ( 8 moms have responded )

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how do you get formula stains out of a play pen mattress? my daughters bottle always leaks but I dont want to throw out her mattress if I can clean it.

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Debra - posted on 07/23/2009

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Kimberly - posted on 06/16/2009

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depending on where you are located, in NY there are Dollar Stores around that carry a cleaning solution called Awesome. it truly is that, i cleans everything out except tomato sauce, even mixed half and half with water it still works, even on stains that have sat and dried.

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baby oxiclean works for me. clean it as best as possible, let it dry completely, and cover it with a waterproof pad.

Mel - posted on 06/16/2009

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im still wondering how to get them out of her main cot matress. its mouldy from stains because we gave up washing the whole thing out. now its soaked right thru and looks grose and i dont think it can be cleaned so we have a matress protector on it. but really i think we need to either buy a new matress or someone said go to a single bed for her now. let me know if you find anything my house is full of formula stains that dont come out properly!

Amanda - posted on 06/16/2009

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Quoting Renee:

In addition to their detergant, Dreft also has a spray that they make which is speacially formulated for baby stains (breastmilk, formula, and bodily fluids). I have yet to find a stain that it has not conquored, even when treating hand-me-downs that are set in. - I got it at Wal Mart.



I have never heard of dreft. I am in canada. I will check and see if we have it

Renee - posted on 06/16/2009

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In addition to their detergant, Dreft also has a spray that they make which is speacially formulated for baby stains (breastmilk, formula, and bodily fluids). I have yet to find a stain that it has not conquored, even when treating hand-me-downs that are set in. - I got it at Wal Mart.

Brandi - posted on 06/16/2009

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i used dreft detergent like a teaspoon mixed with a bunch of water and a tooth brush and i scrubbed it and stuck it in the sun to dry thats what helped me...put a reciving blanket down under her too

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