Okay so my 5 yr. old still is wetting the bed most night (after trying pretty much everything and after Dr. testing they said it's just going to have to be something she grows out of/ -she's a super heavy sleeper) Anyhow she has the worst smelling urine I have ever smelled (we did have urine culture done so nothing out of the ordinary, just the way her urine smells) How can I get the smell out of anything colored? I obviously bleach whites but even color safe bleach nor baking soda nor oxyclean nor any detergent is getting this horrid smell out. Please help this is ruining clothes and bedding! Hopefully there is a cheap way to rid this smell (we are on a super limited budget and going back to school after lay-off) Thanks for any help!
I second the vinegar. I often add baking soda in the same wash load. My daughter has dilated renal pelvis, with reflux (her kidneys are in bad shape) and as a result, her urine is HORRIBLE smelling! She often floods her diapers so her clothes are often wet. I separate herÂ stinkyÂ clothes from the rest of the laundry and wash them with baking soda + vinegar.Â For a small or medium load, I dump about a cup of baking soda in, and about 3 cups of vinegar. (I've never measured it- I just dump) Then I wash them again with the regular detergent. I always have to do the second wash, but they come out smelling like my detergent and not like pee.
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