HOW TO REMOVE PET URINE FROM MATTRESSES June 10, 2013 09:30

All of us love sleeping with our pets.  Occasionally, though, both cats and dogs can have an oops, and what might be a small issue down on the ground feels like a big problem when it’s in your bed.  Fortunately, not only will Wee Cleaner treat the urine, but if you treat the mattress in the morning, the bed will often be dry enough to use by bedtime.

To treat, first blot any excess urine with paper towels (if the stain is fresh).  Completely saturate the affected area, making sure that Wee Cleaner soaks down into the mattress/cushion.  Allow to air dry.  To help the mattress dry faster, turn on a ceiling fan or portable fan to help circulate air over the mattress.

Wee Cleaner is safe for all types of mattresses including innerspring, pillowtop, latex, and memory foam.  As with any cleaner, please test a small hidden area before proceeding to a full treatment.