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Old 04-20-2017, 04:47 PM   #1
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Long story short my little girl peed in her carseat and it drips through to the truck seat.

I took towel to it and dried up best i could, then sprayed with carpet spray twice. its all dry today, but i still smell pee?

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i used to use a product called Nature's Miracle on pet pee...has some enzymes in it...might want to try that..

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can get it at most pets places
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its in the seat now cut the seat open and replace the material then stitch it back up . just kidding have it professionaly steam cleaned they can get the water hot enough and they can use a scent deoderizer (the stuff kills skunk smell so it will for sure take out pee) works great had it done on basement carpet dogs crapped on it ,had them do it and smell has been gone since. i use modernistic not sure if they are in your area.
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oh then get seat covers , the ones that liquids cant get by, a must when u have kids.
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massage baking soda into the cushion, vacuum out, repeat till odor is gone
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Start with cloth bag like pillow case filled with Oil Dry or cat litter. Put it on the affected area and apply pressure with board or weight so it can absorb and do its magic. Let it sit and reapply. Patience.

Dollar store Febreze after.

This is a method used with leaking diapers and spilled milk/formula bottles.
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Have it professionaly steam cleaned.
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Light a small charcoal burn, it gets rid of cig smell, so some pee pee should be smooth sailing......
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massage baking soda into the cushion, vacuum out, repeat till odor is gone
This will work. The wife had a cat that had a bladder infection, and the cat kept peeing on one spot of carpet. She coated the spot with baking soda. It absorbed the moisture and smell.

In this case however, you may need to "re-wet" the spot for this to be effective. I'd go the route of having the cloth seats steam cleaned by car detail shop. Then lay down some plastic (buy a role at any hardware shop) under the child's car seat.

Or buy a cheap plastic seat cover.

Give your daughter a big kiss though; this stuff happens. No worries, as a car seat is no big deal.

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Replace child unit with one that doesn't leak. Having receipt helps.
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