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Thread: Dog poop stains on quilt - How do I get them out?

  1. #21

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    Feb 2007
    Quote Originally Posted by FlannelQuilter
    Tomorrow we're taking her to the vet and having her put to sleep. She will be missed, but enough is enough.
    I'm so sorry to hear your poor mutt is going to be put down. My heart goes out to you. My dog was put to sleep in Feb and I'm still so so sad. I'll be thinking of you.

  2. #22

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    Nov 2006
    Well, us country girls would have said first..'don't freak':))Which is hard when something is a cherished quilt like that. What I would have suggested is rinsing good w/a hose outside, then roll it back into a clothes basket because of the wet weight. Then I would have tossed it into the bathtub w/detergent and soaked it for 24hrs...you would have been surprised how great it would look by then. If there would be any stains left or marks...you gently scrub fabric to clean...then rinse, rinse, rinse. I would then tell you to hang it outside on the line...rinse w/the hose. The sun would kill anything bacteria wise on it...I know this might rock the world for some over this...but it is 'country wise' where we have barn fulls of that 'stuff' and plenty of mud.............:))Skeat

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    Senior Member k_jupiter's Avatar
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    Dec 2006
    Bay area CA
    Quote Originally Posted by nor'easter
    Even if you get the stain off the top layer of fabric, do you really want to continue to use the quilt, especially for sleeping under?? Think about all the bacteria that is rapidly spreading throughout the batting. Personally, I would get rid of it. Some things just are not worth the risk to your own health.
    When you wash a quilt, do you only wash the top layer? I personally wash the whole thing and when I am finished, there are no bacteria rapidly spreading through anything.

    As for the dog? Have y'all thought about a crate for the poor thing?

    I hate dogs on the bed and this is a humane solution.

    tim in san jose

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