I cleaned a pillow top mattress with Spray Nine and it definitely got out the pee smell. This is to all those dads out there with Spray Nine.
By Mike from NY
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By Hilda Cooper 08/27/2010
There really is a product called Spray 9:http://www.spray9.net/
There are several Spray9 products, which Spray9 product did you use to take the pee smell out?
By xintexas 08/26/2010
Never heard of Spray Nine. New perfume or after shave?
By Lelia Jo Cordell 08/26/2010
Mike, you don't mean Formula 409, by any chance?
By paula 08/26/2010
What is Spray nine?
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I have a pillow top mattress stained with blue ballpoint ink,pet urine, and my husbands sweat.I believe that I got out the pet urine but anything that is cleaned on the mattress stained or not also leaves water stains, we tried a stain remover for ink which got out most of it, but my mattress is only a year old and from looking at it, you wouldn't think so. I would have even tried to bleach it but it's a cream color mattress. Do you have any ideas to clean all the stains on my mattress and help me get it to look like new? I'm desperate.Thanks.
Tarsha from West Warwick, RI
On ORGANIC stains, (like blood, food and coffee) use Hydrogen Peroxide. They make a commercial ball point pen remover that is usually quite effective. But, for sweat, try peroxide, It's amazing! (09/22/2007)
Also, Google "Stain Removal". You will find suggestions for just about every kind of stain.
One other suggestion: shop around for a good, fitted mattress pad. They are great to help keep your mattress looking new. Shop carefully as there are several types at vastly different prices. I just looked at overstock.com and amazon.com, and personally I don't think I would like most of the expensive ones as well as an all-cotton (and less expensive) model. Mine are older cotton pads and I can just toss them in the washing machine, which is handy, and I dislike sleeping on foam rubber.
Sleep well! (09/22/2007)
By Julie - Australia