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Thread: How to dispose of pee stained mattress without people seeing it?

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    Default How to dispose of pee stained mattress without people seeing it?

    My new mattress is being delivered on the 28th Sep and I really need to dispose of my old pee stained one. I live in a shared house so can't really leave mattress outside, it's stained on both sides. I'm thinking about putting it in the cellar on the morning my new mattress is being delivered and waiting to the early hours of the morning and dragging it out my house and dumping down the street away from my house. I don't have a car and I don't want to leave it outside for everybody to see. What should I do?

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    Old ones have stains. No one will care. They don;t know if its urine or soda or any stain. You can;t just dump it on the streets. PS get a mattress protector for the new one.

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    I agree with Incontal.

    However, here are some other ideas:

    1. Get a spray can of paint and spray some on the mattress.
    2. Look-up urine stain removal on Google and try to remove the stains.
    3. Get a cheap mattress protector (this is like a large bag for the mattress) and put the mattress in it.

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    You may also want to read this thread: https://www.adisc.org/forum/showthre...light=mattress

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    Maybe the people who deliver your new mattress will take the old one away for you. [you might ask them and offer them a few $ to take it with them.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck View Post
    Maybe the people who deliver your new mattress will take the old one away for you. [you might ask them and offer them a few $ to take it with them.]
    They would have seen it all before, and not really care tbh, they just want to finish the jobs for the day and get home. Not good to dump on the street, if you get caught there would be a fine at least, ask the delivery guys for advice on where to dispose, while holding a note in your hand, I would suggest at least 10

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    I removed reasonably well pee stains in an old mattress using oxygenated water (I am not sur the exact term in English, basically H2O2, that is often used as disinfectant).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoanthus View Post
    I removed reasonably well pee stains in an old mattress using oxygenated water (I am not sur the exact term in English, basically H2O2, that is often used as disinfectant).
    hydrogren peroxide

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    Wait till the dark of evening and put it in the middle of the yard away from trees or downwind from your home and put a cup of gas on it and set the sucker ablaze when the fire is out and metal is cool call your local scrapyard they would like to get the metal that is inside the mattress. And I give a rip about the effects from burning it shoot a volcano does far more damage than all of us do.

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    Just have the mattress company take it away when they deliver the new one. Some have a small disposal fee, but it takes out the worry of leaving it out front for the trash pickup.

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    Go out and buy the cheapest mattress cover you can find and put it over the old mattress. That will hide the stain while you take it out to dispose it. You can either throw the mattress cover away or take it off before you put the mattress in the dumpster. This is how I did it when I had to throw away my pissed in mattress.

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