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How To Easily Remove Milk Stains From Your Carpet
If not cleaned properly, spilled milk can curdle, giving off a foul smell, staining your carpet, and damaging its fibers. Dish soap or vinegar and baking soda can prevent this.
If the milk stain is still wet, use a clean cloth to soak up as much of the liquid as possible. Blot the stain gently to avoid pressing the drink deeper into the carpet.
Then, combine 2 cups of warm water with 1 tablespoon of liquid dish soap and stir. If you want to use vinegar instead, mix 1 part cold water with 1 part distilled white vinegar.
Soak a cloth in the mix, wring it out, and press it onto the stain starting on the edges. Do this until the stain is no longer visible, then dab with a clean cloth.
If the stain is dry, scrape away the dried milk and then blot with a cold, damp cloth. Then, work a paste of cold water and laundry detergent into the carpet and rinse.
To eliminate the milk smell from your carpet, sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch, and let it sit directly on
the stain overnight, then vacuum it up afterward.