June 14, 2007,
L.T. asks from Denver, CO on May 31, 2007
A.B. answers from Utica on June 04, 2007
I had the same problem and I found that a little white distilled vinegar worked for slight stains and for deeper stains a bleach gel or comet can work too.
D.B. answers from Albany on June 01, 2007
I have found the easiest way to clean plastic like that with bleach. High concentrated soak for a few days....even submerged in a larger bucket....and always keep water in the pot as a dilute just like a regular toilet. IT helps...Good Luck!
J.M. answers from Syracuse on June 01, 2007
i found the most amazing product, the magic eraser. the sponge like item will clean anything! walls, floors, counters, bathrooms. i can not stop using it, my mother thought i was nuts untill i bought her one, now she uses it as much as i do. with children you need something like this. it even took marker off my walls and table. buy it, try it, i know you will love it!
M.H. answers from Utica on June 01, 2007
Maybe a little bleach on a washcloth or paper towel left to sit on the spot would work.
L.K. answers from Albany on June 14, 2007
Try filling it with water and add a little bleach to soak overnight
G.T. answers from Hartford on June 01, 2007
I used to put a little clorox toilet bowl cleaner in my son's potty once a week and it cleaned it right up.
S.H. answers from Syracuse on June 04, 2007
Try Bleach and water mixture after the potty seat has been used.
S.M. answers from Buffalo on June 01, 2007
I haven't cleaned urine up yet, but you could try Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. They look like white sponges (they come in boxes of 2 or 4)and they are in the cleaning supply aisle. They get everything out!
C.B. answers from Buffalo on May 31, 2007
Maybe try a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser?
L.S. answers from Jamestown on June 01, 2007
I agree that bleach would most likely remove the stain...especially if you allow it to sit for a bit. BUT if you use bleach, be sure to rinse REALLY REALLY well. The ammonia in urine could react badly with the bleach. Bleach and ammonia make a toxic gas that could seriously harm your child.
E.G. answers from Albany on May 31, 2007
I have found that clorox clean up and soft scrub with bleach work well on almost all stains I have used them on. Make sure if you use soft scrub though you rinse it extremely well.
S.P. answers from Scranton on June 01, 2007
Baking soda slightly dampened will take the stain out of anything.
L.D. answers from Burlington on June 01, 2007
I don't do for sure if this would work but there is this all natural Laundry Booster that can be used for all sorts of household cleaning..its called 20 Mule Team Borax..you shouldn't have any trouble finding it, I think they even have it at places like Price Chopper..it would be worth trying before you went to bleach..if it doesn't work for the potty chair you can use it in the laundry in any case.