So I am not nearly as sentimental as my own mother but as we say goodbye to the home we were raised in I do have some sentimental feelings. It has been a good house, a good neighborhood, and a lot of memories have been made and had therein. I am pretty sure this will be our last trip to the blue grandma house with all the insides intact. So as we journey closer to the exit date we say farewell "blue grandma house" you have served us well. We truly look forward to making just as many memories in the "new grandma house".
If you have kids you have pee stains I know it. If you don't lucky you or you are a liar and in denial. I have pee stains on more than one mattress. I also have sweat stains on pillows because well I sweat a.lot . It's a gift I know. I digress. Anyway I have tried many different ways to get urine/pee out of mattresses and I have been very unsuccessful so I did a google search and what do you know? Another mom had pee stains too. So I borrowed her recipe and it totally worked so I am sharing it with you. All you need are these few house-hold ingredients and a spray bottle. I bought a really expensive one (NOT) I used one I had for my kids hair. It worked great. You will need: 3 Tablespoons Baking Soda 8 ounces Hydrogen peroxide 1 drop dish soap Mix together well and use right away. My mom discovered that if it is not mixed well the baking soda will clog the sprayer. You also can't store this apparently it doesn't last in the bottle and it is no longe