How To Remove Pee and Sweat Stains From Your Mattress


Your mattress often falls victim to the worst dirt: sweat, saliva, dead skin cells, hair, body oils and a variety of other bodily fluids. Combine that with the allergens, dust mites, household pollution, and pet dander that are common in most homes, and you have a mattress that needs cleaning urgently.

Despite the fact that mattresses are an important and necessary investment in maintaining your mental and physical health, many people neglect to clean them properly. Similar to how you regularly wash your sheets, your mattress also requires cleaning, but thankfully less frequently.

But when it comes time to deep clean your mattress, you won't need to resort to harsh chemicals or expensive commercial cleaning products. While it's essential to keep the area where you spend a third of your life clean and fresh, that doesn't mean you have to surround yourself with perfumes, cleaners, or potentially irritating chemicals. Instead, you can opt for natural techniques and simple ingredients to clean and deodorize your mattress, remove tough stains, and prepare your sleep sanctuary for peaceful dreams. 

Here's a DIY guide to removing urine and sweat stains from your mattress that only takes three


+Here's what you'll need:

°1 drop of washing up liquid

°8 ounce bottle of hydrogen peroxide

°3 tablespoons baking soda



In a bowl, mix the three ingredients together.

Stir the mixture well until it is well blended.

Pour solution to a spray bottle.

Spray the mixture on the stain on your mattress.

Leave solution for 5 to 10 mn.

Use a vacuum cleaner or brush to remove residue.

*Note: It is important to use the mixture within 20 minutes of preparation and to get rid of any residue. Ingredients will lose potency after this time and may not clean as intended.

Enjoy !

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