How can I get the rotten milk smell out of my upholstery?

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How do I get the smell of rotting milk out of my upholstery?
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  • William William on Sep 05, 2016
    Baking soda. Baking soda helps to pull out and absorb bad odors. After the spill area has completely dried shake a layer of baking soda on the affected area. It’s best to let the baking soda sit on the spot for three or four days and then vacuum it up. If the smell is still present, repeat these steps***************************************************** Spraying vinegar upholstery will help break down the enzymes in the spilled milk, removing the odor. Use a spray bottle and mix four parts water to one part vinegar. Spray the spill area until it is drenched with the vinegar mixture. Allow it to soak for five hours and then blot it dry with a clean washcloth. ******************************************** Enzyme sprays. If the odor is still hanging in there it’s time to break out the big guns. Enzyme sprays are environmentally friendly and use proteins and enzymes to break down the molecular structure of stains. Enzyme sprays are activated when they are hit a stain or odor and the bacteria eats away the mess while eliminating the odor. Enzyme sprays are available at most home improvement stores or online.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Sep 05, 2016
    William beat me to it baking soda for sure.

  • Nancy Nancy on Sep 05, 2016
    vinegar, dawn and warm water in spray bottle

  • B B on Sep 06, 2016
    Either of those two I have used. But baking soda I like the best.

  • Velma Bender Velma Bender on Sep 06, 2016
    baking soda

  • Leisa Yeager Leisa Yeager on Sep 06, 2016
    Ammonia takes all bad orders away put in spray bottle , spritz area let it dry.repeat if needed

  • Barry Barry on Sep 06, 2016
    Eat a lot of beans and fart up a storm on

  • Mindy Ruhlmann Mindy Ruhlmann on Sep 06, 2016
    The enzyme cleaner for removing pet odors is excellent for any biologic spills. The secret is to just pour it on and let it dry on its own. The enzymes actually eat up the offending material.

  • Barry Barry on Oct 07, 2016
    Simply pee on it, it will get rid of the nasty milk odor. Guaranteed to work or get your money back.