How Do I get Child

Tiffanie - posted on 06/22/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )

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My son has just started to potty train and this morning I walked into his room and he had his pullup and his pants off and his entire bed was wet. I walked in and I was like O.M.G. what do I do? So I scrubbed it with lysol and water but it still smells. I have the window open but still not working. I even tried spraying febreeze. Anyone have any Ideas?

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Dawn - posted on 06/28/2009

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i found this stuff at walmart called "kids and pets". it's for urine odors and stains but it also works for blood etc... i found it over in the cleaning products section.

it says its for carpets but i used it on my daughter's mattress and it worked, the smell was instantly gone!!

Ariana - posted on 06/27/2009

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They have a product sold at pet stores called Nature's Miracle. I got it when I got my puppy. It worked great getting puppy pee smell out, I imagine it would work for kid pee too. I got it at Petsmart here in the states.

Sarah - posted on 06/23/2009

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I use a great product called Sol U Guard, available through an online store. This stuff takes EVERY smell out, even urine!! It attacks the bacteria and kills it with natural tea tree oil. I was a skeptic, but I now believe and would not be without my Sol U Guard, leaves the room smelling fresh, without harmful toxic perfumes!! Want to know more, I'd love to share!!
Sarah

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Are you able to put it outside in the sun for a day? Make sure it is thoroughly dry and buy a waterproof mattress pad.

Tara - posted on 06/22/2009

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You could try sprinkling it with a liberal coating of baking soda, leaving it sit for at least an hour, then vacuuming it off. Baking soda absorbs odors very well, and will also draw any remaining moisture out of the bed. I did that when my daughter pooped all over the couch (not her fault, she had diarrhea and I wasn't quick enough getting the new diaper on). I just cleaned it up, then put baking soda on the area and let it sit for a while before vacuuming it off - ugly stain now, but no smell.

Torey - posted on 06/22/2009

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Hello Tiffanie,



I understand what you are going thru. I would go thru the same thing with my son, but he would sleep walk and think he was in the bathroom and in up in another room. I tried everything also to get the smell out, but nothing worked until now. I just started shopping a new shop that has helped me remove all the toxin/chemicals from my home are replace them with cleanier and safer products to clean my home with. By doing this it introduced me to this great product called Sol-u-Mel. It is a 3 in 1 cleaner. Its a natual cleaner, stain remover, and odor eliminator. It works great. With in seconds of using it the oder was going. I would love to talk to you about this product and many of the others that you can get. Please visit my website or leave me a message here.



Torey

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