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Saturday, April 11, 2015
Sunny and Honey Odor and Stain Remover Review (Tomoson)
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I received Sunny and Honey Odor and Stain Remover, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The product is geared towards dogs, cats, and other animals, but I needed it for another purpose.
I wanted to review it because I have a 14 year old, Autistic son, who still is not fully potty-trained. I also have a 3 year old, who is learning to be potty trained. Hopefully one gets trained and the other follows.
Even though, my oldest wears diapers, he still pees in the bed. My youngest is a poop smearer and smears poop on the walls and in the carpet. I need something strong to remove their stains.
I needed a product for Brad's bed to remove pee without messing up the black mattress covers. I used to use bleach on his former bed, but that mattress had a removable cover, which I can wash. Plus, I could bleach the mattress. His new mattress cover is sewn on, so I can't wash the cover or figure out what type of mattress material is on the inside.
I also don't like using baking soda to soak up urine because it gets messy. With Sunny and Honey, I can spray it on his bed, and blot up any stains. The smell isn't the best, but it does work. Since it does not contain bleach, I don't have to worry about discoloration of the mattress. I also can use it to remove Kalen's smears on the carpet. Same concept, Spray, give it a few minutes, and dab/scrub the stains up. I have a carpet shampooer/cleaner, but some days, don't feel like putting all those attachments together (dirty water tank, clean water tank, spot scrubber hose).
You can purchase Sunny and Honey, using the link above. The product is prime-eligible.