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    Default Oh no my mattress is wet! Help!

    Ds came into my bed this morning and his nappy leaked (not night trained yet). Anyway the wee went through my protector . There is a wet patch (around 20cm diameter on my mattress. Does that mean I need a new mattress, what do I do?!!

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    Default Oh no my mattress is wet! Help!

    My protector guarantees to work if it doesn't then they replace my mattress where did you get it from ? Otherwise just leave it open to dry in the air .

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    Just sponge it off and leave it to dry. I've used the hair dryer to speed up the process before too!

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    I'll see what I can do. Damn!!

    Whats a good brand mattress protector??

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    Sponge off with a little bit of hot soapy water. If can take it outside in the sun do that. The sun works wonders.

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    ds has his daytime sleep in my bed so all of our mattresses have a waterproof mattress protecter on them rather than just the plain old mattress protecters. As previous post said just sponge mattress and put it in the sun to dry.

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    Dh isn't him until 6pm. Would I be able to drag it out on my own??

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    Can you open all the windows and curtains/blinds to allow the sun to get to it. even a few hours will make a difference
    Direct sun is better but it will help.

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    Default Oh no my mattress is wet! Help!

    Also put some bi carb on once sponged off help with drawing out the smell!

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    Default Oh no my mattress is wet! Help!

    I was going to suggest the bi carb to or a bit of diluted white vinegar to make sure no wee smells are left behind.


 

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