How To Clean Memory Foam Mattress After Bedwetting?

How To Clean Memory Foam Mattress After Bedwetting

How To Clean Memory Foam Mattress After Bedwetting?

Sometimes we love to sleep with our pets and cuddle with them. Right? But, what if one day which is very close to happening, your pet or young child will pee on your memory foam mattress, what will you do? If your pet, child or even you had an accident peed on your mattress you need to clean it fast. You must get rid of the smell because pets have sensitive noses that can smell even a hint of urine which leads them to continue urinating.

With the advent of technology, cleaning pet‘s urine out of your memory foam mattress is not at all a headache. The immediate action is to soak up as much of the urine maybe with a towel, but be cautious not to push on a traditional mattress for the urine can deeply be pushed into the fabric. If you own a memory foam mattress, you need to apply some pressure so that the urine will be out of the foam and into the towel.

If you want to know how to clean memory foam mattress after bedwetting, whether it’s fresh or already set in, check these easy ways. 

  1. Absorb. Place your towels over the wet part and press it into your mattress to absorb the liquid. Press into the wet part but don’t rub or scrub to not to spread it. Use as many towels because you need to pull the moisture out of your memory foam. But if it is already dry and the stain remains, skip this step and proceed to deodorize your mattress. 
  2. Deodorize. Get distilled white vinegar and mix it with water in a spray bottle in a 50/50 ratio. Then, lightly spray it on the stain on your mattress and let the mixture sit on the surface for about 5 minutes. Get the vinegar and water mixture back out of your mattress using a clean, dry towel. If the stain was already dry when you started cleaning up, press the towels into your mattress after spraying it with a deodorizer. If the smell remains, repeat doing the process.
  3. Sprinkle. Sprinkle the stain with baking soda and let it sit overnight. It will absorb residual odor and draw out any remaining moisture on your mattress. On the next day, vacuum the baking soda and recover your mattress.
  4. Prevent. Make sure to avoid your mattress from future spills by getting a waterproof mattress cover. These covers are machine-washable and surely protect your over-all memory foam from future harm. 
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If you want to remove any urine that soaked into your mattress, it should be tackled immediately. There are easy methods and materials needed to follow on how to clean memory foam mattress after bedwetting. 

Natural Ingredients

Some of the natural ingredients are baking soda, white vinegar along with roll paper towels, spray bottle, toothbrush and, vacuum. Remember not to press too hard the towel so it will push the urine deeper into your mattress. Spray the vinegar on the area affected to get rid of the unpleasant smell of the pee. If it is a tough stain, this is the time that you need to use a toothbrush to rub the vinegar in. In doing so, you need to open your windows and run as you let the vinegar sit for five to 10-minutes. You may also use the fresh paper towels to soak up the vinegar from the mattress. Take the baking soda and sprinkle it over the affected area until covered. Let it sit for at least a couple of hours and it will begin to clump up and removes the vinegar as well as the odor. Lastly, to clean up the dried baking soda, use your vacuum until all the soda is removed. 

Peroxide and dish soap

Aside from using paper towels, you will also be needing hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and soap detergent, bowl, and a spray bottle. Mix the 10-ounces of hydrogen peroxide with 3-tablespoons of baking soda and a couple of drops of ordinary dish soap in the bowl. Then, put this mixture into your spray bottle. Make sure to do the following steps to not to mix directly in a spray bottle to prevent foaming.

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Spray the entire urine-stained areas and completely cover it with the solution. Ventilate the room and let the mixture sit in for at least an hour. Once the mixture is dry, check if the urine stain and smell is removed.

Biological Enzyme Wash

There are some special enzyme cleaners both in liquid and powder form that available in the market. These are specially made to remove urine stains. Yes, you heard it right, specially made enzyme to remove urine stains. When you already have your enzyme cleaner, you will also need paper towels to absorb wet areas, baking soda, and a vacuum. Use the paper towels to suck up any wet stains and sprinkle baking soda. Once the baking soda has dried up, brush it off of the area before continuing. Then, create a stain removing paste using hydrogen peroxide instead of just a mix up because pouring it right away into your mattress will just soak through the layers of memory foam and could create a drying nightmare. 

How To Clean Memory Foam Mattress After Bedwetting?

Make a solution of your biological dry powder form enzyme and water in a spray bottle. Directly spray the enzyme solution onto the stained area and let it sit for 5-minutes. Make sure to follow the recommended instructions on the detergent packaging too and do not forget to ventilate the room. After letting the solution sit, suck up the wetness with paper towels and sprinkle the baking soda and let it sit for 18-hours or more. Lastly, vacuum it completely and air out your mattress. 

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These are just some easy methods on how to clean memory foam mattress after bedwetting. Make sure to take note of these to ensure that urine or any stain is removed as best possible. If one of these methods is not working for you then try other ways. And once you solved this kind of dilemma you may think to avoid this to happen again in the future. So, before making up your bed, if you experienced leak use a sealed waterproof mattress protector.

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