• Pee play advice please

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    Me and my fiance are into pee play, but we rarely actually do it because we live with his mum. We can do it in the shower, no problem, but we'd much rather do it in bed/on the carpet. Cleaning up discreetly is a problem. She does the washing, so it's not like we can do it in bed then put the bedding in the wash ourselves, because we only have sex at night, and she'd wake up if we put the washing machine on at night. We've done it in bed a few times with piles of towels under us, but it's just not the same as doing it freely. We were thinking of getting a rug, putting tarpaulin underneath and doing our pee play on the rug then cleaning it with cleaning products straight after. We're just not sure if it would be easy to clean the pee smell off the rug, even though we drink tons beforehand so our pee doesn't smell bad. Has anybody got any advice or ideas on how we could discreetly indulge in our fetish? Any decent cleaning products that would get rid of the smell really well?

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    i dont know about decent cleaning products but there are many pvc bed covers to choose from on here :)

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    dettol is also great for piss stains/smells and skin safe too :)

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    You can also get pet spray from supermarkets designed to clear up cat/dog wee off of carpets. If youve ever smelt that you will know how bad that can smell so the pet cleaner is pretty good at removing those stains and smells.

    i feel i must say though that you probably should wait until you have your own place as it does seem a bit disrespectful to her property if you are intentionally doing it on the carpet! 

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    JM88 wrote:

    You can also get pet spray from supermarkets designed to clear up cat/dog wee off of carpets. If youve ever smelt that you will know how bad that can smell so the pet cleaner is pretty good at removing those stains and smells.

    i feel i must say though that you probably should wait until you have your own place as it does seem a bit disrespectful to her property if you are intentionally doing it on the carpet!

    we've never done it on the carpet, we're not bad people, i meant it's nicer on carpet-like material than in the shower, hence why i said we were thinking of getting a rug, so we can have the carpet effect, but without ruining her carpet. :P i'll try the pet spray and dettol, thank you both!

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    This is great as it has sides

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    Sound like you need a liberator throe

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