How do you get a putrid milk smell out of your car?

How do you get a putrid milk smell out of your car?

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  1. OMG…yikes… used coffee grounds work well. Let them set where the regurgitation occurred and vacuum the grounds up. Baking soda as well is a wonderful product that stabilizes nasty smells! Vacuum well. After that I personally would spray it with Odoban. It’s an excellent Eucalyptus cleaning product. Works wonders on bad smells. Inexpensively priced, comes in bulk size at Sam’s club.

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  2. It needs A LOT of work. No amount of deodorants or perfume will help.
    Start by vacuuming your car. The seats and the carpet/lining of the floor of the car. Vacuum under the seats as well. Vacuum the headliner. Vacuum arm rests. Vacuum the boot.
    Use soapy water and rag to wipe down the entire car. Every nook and cranny. (Basically the same as the vacuum part).
    While you’re doing that, you can turn the AC fan to fresh air mode and max the heat and blast it. (Keep the AC compressor switched off). This is done to kill some mildew fungi bad smells in your air ducts and cooling coils.

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  3. Clean really well with a solution of warm soapy water, bicarbonate of soda and vinegar. You can leave a sprinkling of bicarbonate of soda on the area, while it dries, it absorbs the moisture and smells.
    Hoover the powder once dry. You may have to repeat the whole process several times.
    You can fill an old pair of stockings with a tennis ball sized, amount of bicarbonate of soda. Tie them off an leave a couple under the seats of the car to continue to absorb any remaining odours.
    If you want to add a couple of drops of essential oil into the mixture it will have a nice air freshner effect too. You could also buy an air freshner like neutrodol to keep the air clear.

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