Sour milk smell


#1

This is not a question… perhaps an answer. In the days of glass milk bottles a gallon of milk broke in my car… it was summer and within a very short time I had the problem that was discussed on today’s show. I tried everything, baking soda, bleach and nothing worked. My father, who was a very clever man, removed the carpet and drilled holes into the bottom of the car, turned on the garden hose and let it run for a couple of hours. The floor was kind of a well, with sides… perhaps a a couple of inches, so the water sat for a little while before running out slowly through the holes my father drilled. He plugged the holes, replaced the carpet and the smell was totally gone.


#2

Your father was right. Getting the carpet out is definitely the right move. Trying to clean it up with the carpet in place is not going to do the trick.


#3

Tomato juice has been know to remove the odor of sour milk.Saturate the damaged area with the juice,wait awhile, and then dab it up.


#4

What Is Used To Get The Tomato Juice Smell Out ?

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