Yes definitely bicarb soda!! It is best when the stain is still fresh and wet, I would just sponge it with a bit of water and detergent and cover it with bicarb soda. Use a fan for a few hours to help it dry quicker and just vacuum after it's dry! Good luck!
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06-02-2013 13:51 #11Junior Member
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Re: Oh no my mattress is wet! Help!
Bi carb or a small scoop of washing powder over the top of it for a while then air dry. Helps to dry it up and makes it smell nice.
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