How I Managed To Remove Poop Stains Out Of A Mattress

On the dirty jobs list, removing faces from mattresses should be at the top. Is disgusting, but you can’t sleep with poop stains near you or change the mattress every time your kid poops.
Between the ages of two and three, a child begins to learn how to use the potty. During this period, toddlers learn how to poop elsewhere except in their pants. At the beginning, accidents may happen and poop may end up on your bed sheets and mattress.

As soon as my youngest child turned 2 years old, I started potty training him. This is because he saw his older brother pooping on the toilet, and he wanted to try it himself. The time has come for me to teach David how to poop on the potty. It took him a week, but he succeeded! Unfortunately, we had some pretty unpleasant memories during this time, including pooping in bed. Imagine what’s next: the most effective cleaning method to remove poop. As the mother of an older child, I have become a master at removing awkward stains from a variety of materials.

Many people recommend using vinegar, baking soda, or hydrogen peroxide to remove poop stains. Although these may work, an enzyme cleaner is better.

🧽 Removing Poop Stains

1. You should remove the bedding after sweeping up the majority of the feces.

2. Put the bed sheets and anything else that touched the poo in the washing machine. Wash on the warm cycle with baking soda or Oxiclean. In the event that you only have regular laundry detergent, you can add baking soda directly to the sheets.

3. Grab a towel and absorb as much material as you can and place it in the washing machine as well.
Prepare a mixture of hot water and distilled white vinegar in a 1:1 ratio.

4. Wet the towel with a vinegar-water mixture.

5. With a dampened towel, wipe the mattress. Avoid placing the water and vinegar mixture directly on the mattress to avoid oversaturating it and causing mold. First, dampen the towel and then blot the mattress.

6. Once the area looks spotless, spray the mattress with enzyme cleaner, only a few sprays. Do not soak it. Give the enzyme cleaner time to soak in so that it can reach all the layers of the mattress.

7. You should wipe up all the enzyme cleaner and any moisture with a towel.

8. Let the mattress dry for 24 hours. Ideally, you should place your mattress outside in the sun as it works most effectively that way.

🟤 The following enzymes can be used to remove poop stains from your mattress:

  • Kids ‘N’ Pets Stain and Odor Remover

  • Folex Carpet Cleaner

  • Nature’s Miracle Stain and Odor Remover

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