How to remove the smell of sour milk

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Traditionally, the smell of spoiled milk is very difficult to get rid of. Fortunately, there are some relatively simple and inexpensive solutions. The sooner you clean up the smelly place, the better your chances of restoring a fresh scent to your room, house, refrigerator, and house on wheels.

Other than that, the smell of spoiled milk can be quite difficult to get off clothes, especially your baby’s clothes, since babies have frequent access to milk and are more likely to spill it on their clothes.

Baby clothes can be expensive and children run out of them before they can wear them. Often these adorable little outfits are passed on to another child; however, even though they are in good shape, they still have that telltale smell of spoiled milk that is almost impossible to get rid of. As always, there are ways around this dilemma.

Elimination of the smell of sour milk

Avoid spilling the milk if you can. Also, don’t cry over spilled milk if you actually spilled it anyway. Do something about it instead.

* To remove stale milk odors, you must first remove all spilled stale milk. Use warm soapy water and maybe a little washing up liquid and clean the affected area well first.

* After the mess has been cleared up, soak the area in white vinegar and wipe up with paper towels. Tolerate the vinegar smell for about a week and after that, there won’t be a trace of a vinegar smell or that awful milky smell left.

* You can use an air freshener in the affected car to ensure a pleasant smell. Just try to let it dry as long as possible. Soon the smell of milk will be gone from your surroundings.

* Use a commercial leather cleaner and odor remover on your car’s leather upholstery. Your dealer may sell these products. Allow the area to dry completely – residual moisture can cause mold. Use a hair dryer or fan if necessary, being careful not to burn the carpet fibers with the hair dryer.

* You can also pour baking soda over the area where the milk was spilled. Sprinkle some cold water over the baking soda and let it sit overnight. You can vacuum it the next day to remove residue. If the odor persists, you can try treating it with an enzymatic odor remover.

* Take a bottle of club soda, stick your finger in it and shake it to get a fizz. With your finger still in the bottle, spray on the stinky milk stain. Get it wet but don’t soak. The smell may be worse at first, but it will go away when everything dries, unlike the smell of raw milk, which will only get worse over time.

* You can also use brake cleaner if you’re particularly desperate, but use sparingly and only on carpets, rugs, or hard surfaces. Just put some on a clean cloth, blot the milk stain, and rinse with soap and water.

If it is baby clothes that are affected by the smell of milk, then you could do the following: Fill the washing machine with hot water. Fill it at least high enough for a medium load. Add one cup of laundry detergent with one cup of dishwashing detergent. Run the machine for a few minutes to mix the combination well. Turn off the washing machine.

Put the smelly baby clothes in the solution in the machine and leave it there. Let them soak overnight in the solution. Then in the morning, turn on the washing machine and let the clothes go through a complete cycle. Add a tablespoon of vinegar to the rinse cycle. Vinegar is the product of choice for general odor removal.

Finally, add a second rinse cycle to ensure that all detergent residue is removed from the clothes. The baby’s clothes, as well as yours, if you’ve tried this method on them too, will smell fresh and clean at the end of the process, so take pride in your work.

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