Old urine stains are unsightly and can smell for years. If urine has ruined your old mattress, couch, or floor, your best option is to erase the stain with an enzyme-based cleaner. The enzymes actually attack and destroy the uric acid crystals which cause the smell and odor found in urine.
For tough, set-in stains, we recommend Urine-Erase. It’s powerful enough to get rid of stains as old as 30 years by turning the urine into an evaporable gas of water and oxygen. It also has a money back guarantee, so you are assured your money is well spent.
If you’re experiencing bladder leakage, there are some effective strategies to help you regain bladder control. Timed voiding is a strategy that helps “retrain” the bladder so it doesn’t empty too frequently or urgently. The goal of timed voiding is to empty your bladder on a regular basis so accidents don’t occur. While that instruction seems easy to follow, these steps can help you be more successful.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Create a voiding schedule so that you use the bathroom about every two hours throughout the day.Try to avoid setting voiding times that would interfere with your daily schedule, such as during an important meeting or during your work commute. You may have to stretch or shorten intervals by 5 or 10 minutes to ensure you have access to a bathroom.
Vaginal weights, or cones, are great for women suffering from urinary incontinence. Exercises can be discreetly performed anytime – except during menstruation, intercourse, or pregnancy. With regular use, vaginal weights may help prevent those embarrassing leaks and can even lead to stronger and more frequent orgasms.
- Starting with the lowest weight, insert the vaginal cone like a tampon, so that the string remains outside. Continue reading