Removing faces from a mattress should be introduced on top of dirty jobs list. Is very disgusting, but you can’t sleep with the poop stains near you or change the mattress every time your kiddo poops in his pants.
Potty training begins between the ages of two and three. During this period, toddlers are learning how to poop elsewhere except their pants. Until they catch the idea some accidents may happen and poop may land on your bed sheets and mattress.
My youngest child just turned 2 years and I already begun the potty training process, because he saw his elder brother pooping at the toilet and he wants to try it. So, I decided it’s about time to teach David how to poop at the potty. After a week of struggling, he made it! But during this time we had some pretty bad and smelly memories such as pooping in the bed. Somehow, if I just could’ve seen the poop earlier, it wouldn’t stain the mattress. Imagine what come next: the best cleaning poop removing method. Having an elder kid I may say that I’m a master in removing all sort of awkward stains from pretty much everything.
You may find that many people will recommend using something like vinegar, baking soda, or even hydrogen peroxide to remove poop stains. These may work, but not as well as just getting an Enzyme Cleaner.
Removing Poop Stain Steps
1. After you have swept up most of the fecal matter, you will need to remove the bedding.
2. Place bed sheets and anything that touched the poo in the washing machine. Wash on warm cycle with baking soda or Oxiclean. If you only have regular laundry detergent then add baking soda to the sheets directly.
3. Grab a towel and absorb as much of the material on the mattress and place that in the was too.
ake a mixture of half white distilled vinegar and hot water.
4. Spray or dampen a clean towel with a mixture of water and vinegar.
5. Wipe the mattress with the dampened towel. Never place the water and vinegar mixture directly on the mattress as this could over saturate the mattress and cause mold. Dampen the towel first and then clean the mattress.
6. Once the area starts to look clean then spray the mattress with enzyme cleaner, only a few sprays you don’t want to soak it. Let the enzyme cleaner soak in for a few minutes so that it can get to all the layers of the mattress.
7. Wipe up with a towel all the enzyme cleaner and any moisture.
8. Allow the mattress to dry for 24 hours. If you can place the mattress outside in the Sun, please do as it works the best.
Enzyme Cleaner you can use to remove poop stains from mattress:
- Kids ‘N’ Pets Stain and Odor Remover
- Folex Carpet Cleaner
- Nature’s Miracle Stain and Odor Remover