How to get the pee smell out of kids clothes or bed clothes

@weemam (13377)
February 8, 2007 4:02am CST
If you hace children who wet the bed or little ones who have an accident . Here is a good tip . rinse them in some cola a cheap brand works just as good , you can just add it to your washing if you prefer and it rinses the pee smell away.xx
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@Katlady2 (9920)
• United States
8 Feb 07
I knew cola was good for a lot of things besides drinking, but I never thought of that. LOL I have a question for you though. I will be getting a full size bed from a friend of mine. Her grandson used to sleep in the bed, and in spite of cleaning it several times, the pee smell is still there. How would I use the cola on that? Just with a damp cloth? Thanks in advance. xoxoxo
@weemam (13377)
9 Feb 07
I think I would try it in a pray bottle and let it dry thoroughly xx
@lauriefnp (5112)
• United States
8 Feb 07
This is an interesting tip. I don't have to worry about kids having accidents, but I will pass this along to my Goddaughter's mom. I'm sure that she will find it useful. How much cola do you pour in? I'm thinking maybe a 12 oz. can? This might be something for pet owners to try also, especially for those with cats who spray. Fortunately my cat has never gone outside of the litter box, but I sure would have tried this with my last cat, because she had "accidents" all the time, and that smell is just about impossible to get rid of.
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@weemam (13377)
8 Feb 07
Yes I would use the full can xx
@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
8 Feb 07
Hi Weemam, Thank you so much for your wonderful tip this is marvellous I will send this one on to my children with their wee babies they will enjoy this time I am sure.
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@weemam (13377)
8 Feb 07
Thanks pal well worth a go eh xx
@taramoon (742)
• Spain
8 Feb 07
where are you getting all these useful tips from huni...lol...my kids rarely have accidents but i will definately give this one a bash, only i wont use my pepsi...lol...am wondering if this trick could help me with the problems i've been having with the cat..lol...i've spent all morning totally stripping my house to pieces and getting into every nook and cranie, and no i did'nt use bleach i used dettol...pmsl...talk about total disinfectant, however carpet still does'nt smell to great (even after sprating with my expensive perfume) so i will now proceed on my hands and knees again !!! to scrub carpet and will try your coke idea
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@weemam (13377)
8 Feb 07
Glad to be of use . I have never had this problem and as you know my kids are wll past that stage lol but I thought i would share it xxx
@COLLIS2 (479)
• United States
8 Feb 07
Thanks for that. I have kids and luckily they finished their round of that and toilet training. I wish I knew this back then when I was having problems with that.
• United States
8 Feb 07
I don't have to clean kid's clothes anymore (thank heavens) but it's a good tip and could work on other smelly things. Thanks
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@cooky28 (739)
• Australia
8 Feb 07
try using pineoclean concentrate it is pretty good for cloths and try it onthe bed on a hot day out in the sun good luck.
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• India
8 Feb 07
ok gr8 idea there weeman. doing the way just naturally by drying under the sun, but a little smell still remains. nothing wrong in trying the new idea.
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@samson1967 (7422)
• India
8 Feb 07
For 1$ chicken 2$ spice. Better to dry them out in the sun naturally.
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