Stain Removal--Urine in Mattress Topper
Category: Family and Home > Home
Asked by: visionary75x-ga
List Price: $5.00
14 Jul 2006 05:31 PDT
Expires: 13 Aug 2006 05:31 PDT
Question ID: 746253
Feather bedding emergency! I have a three layer luxury mattress topper about three inches thick (top layer is down, middle layer is memory foam, bottom layer is feather) and a son who wet the bed last night. The middle foam layer can be removed from between the layer of feather and the layer of down, but there is no removable cover from the feather and down sections. How do I remove the urine and the urine odor, and disinfect the mattress topper? Can I put the feather and down in a washing machine and dryer? Flush with water? Vinegar? How to dry it? Please help ASAP! Thanks! The exact mattress topper can be viewed here: http://www.smartbargains.com/go.sb?s=SE&deptId=3&catId=1400&prodId=3030298258&sp=All+Products%2f%2f%2f%2fUserSearch%3dbed+topper%7c%7c%7c%7c%7c&pagename=prod
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Re: Stain Removal--Urine in Mattress Topper
From: islander22-ga on 28 Jul 2006 14:09 PDT
Feather duvets/comforters can be washed in the washing machine, use the gentle cycle and little soap if you would rather be on the safe side. As for the dryer, it can go in there also, just be sure to add a clean tennis ball or two in with the item to ensure that the feathers remain "fluffy". I have laundered my Daniadown feather quilt (on regular cycles) for 15 years and it is still like new. As for the urine smell if simple laundering does not remove it, pet stores have quite a few items that you can add to your wash cycle to neutralize urine odor. I hope this helps. Good luck!
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