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How To Remove Urine Stains From A Mattress

Kids and pets - there is nothing more we love in this world. They are irreplaceable members of our families, but one thing’s for sure, they can leave behind a mess and accidents will happen… all the time. And an unfortunate victim of these accidents is often our mattresses.

 

Remove Urine From Mattress

 

Urine stains leave discolored, yellow circles on the surface of your mattress. To help you remove these unsightly stains we’ve outlined step-by-step instructions below.

 

Here’s how to get urine out of mattresses.

 

What to use to clean urine from a mattress:

  • 8 oz hydrogen peroxide

  • 3 tbsp baking soda

  • 1 tsp dish soap

  • Microfiber cloth

  • Spray bottle (2)

  • Vinegar

  • Water

Urine Stain on Mattress


How to get urine out of a mattress:

  1. Create a mattress stain remover by combining 8 oz. hydrogen peroxide, 3 tbsp baking soda, 1 tsp dish soap in a spray bottle - this solution will remove urine stains on its own, just wait until the spots are gone.
  2. Spray for Urine on Mattress

  3. Once the spots are gone and the mattress is dry, to disinfect, add half water and half vinegar to a spray bottle and lightly dampen the mattress to remove surface germs.
  4. Wait for the cleaning solution to dry before use.
  5. If there is any kind of odor lingering still, add a layer of baking soda and let sit for 10-15 minutes and vacuum away for a natural way to remove odors.

After Urine Removal

 

Want professional help cleaning a mattress? Stanley Steemer cleans mattresses, very similar to how we clean upholstery, because mattresses absorb odors, dirt and allergens. We use a hot water extraction process, often referred to as steam cleaning, to lift dirt, spots and allergens up and out of your mattress using an EPA Safer Choice cleaning solution that does not leave a residue.

 

Call 1-800-STEEMER to schedule a mattress cleaning appointment and find a Stanley Steemer near you.