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« on: Jul 10, 2008 09:27 AM »


I was wondering what do the sisters with children do to clean the najasa off a mattress if it had an accident? I blotted and then wetted it but there must be ways that people prevent this, and as well cleaning it that is practical and better. I feel that it is not %100 pure anymore bercause of the insides of it. Am I paranoid or I should clean more?

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« Reply #1 on: Jul 10, 2008 02:27 PM »

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I tend to use washable matress protectors. You can also get disposable ones too.

It's prolly too late now, but on wet thing dump a whole load bicarb soda on it and then vacuum up  (should be done immediately). If you're really upset you can use upholstery cleaner on your mattress and let it dry out before flipping it over and sleeping on the other side of it.


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« Reply #2 on: Jul 11, 2008 11:32 PM »

Asalamualaikum wrt,


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Shaikh Ibn Uthaimeen was asked this question, and he replied:


"The way to clean a large mattress from impurities (najassah): 

1.  First you must remove the actual impurity itself if it is visible.  If it is solid, then it should be taken away, and if it is liquid like urine it should be wiped up with a sponge until it is completely removed.

2.  Then water should be poured on the spot (and wiped up) until one thinks all traces of the impurity has been removed, or the impurity is gone.  This is achieved in the case of things like urine by rinsing it two or three times.

3.  As for squeezing out the mattress, this is not necessary, unless one thinks the impurity has penetrated inside it and it cannot be removed except by squeezing it out, than in this case it must be squeezed out. "


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« Reply #3 on: Jul 12, 2008 10:56 AM »

Also... if you have the space... pick a nice sunny day and leave all your mattresses outside for a couple of hours.  Does wonders for that awful mattress stench.  Even with regular unsoiled mattresses, sometimes the sun is the best way to get that "freshness" back.

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