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    I had a small flask with milk in it on the floor in the front of the car for a few days this week which, unbeknown to me, must have been ever so slightly leaking from the lid. From what I can see, very little milk has spilled as the flask still appeared to have roughly the same amount of milk in it however, the smell is horrendous and I'm gonna need to get it sorted.

    I've gone online and there are a million and one pieces of advice for spilled milk in cars and I wondered if anybody has discovered spilled milk in your car which has for all intents and purposes dried and successfully managed to clean it and get rid of the smell without any reoccurence using readily available products which are relatively inexpensive.

    Just for the purposes of not looking like a dumb-arse, it was my missus who put the flask there and presumably didn't tighten the lid correctly!! ;-p
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    green bottle top milk or blue?
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    Sorry, but don't you know that there is no point crying over spilt milk?
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    (Original post by murph71)
    I had a small flask with milk in it on the floor in the front of the car for a few days this week which, unbeknown to me, must have been ever so slightly leaking from the lid. From what I can see, very little milk has spilled as the flask still appeared to have roughly the same amount of milk in it however, the smell is horrendous and I'm gonna need to get it sorted.

    I've gone online and there are a million and one pieces of advice for spilled milk in cars and I wondered if anybody has discovered spilled milk in your car which has for all intents and purposes dried and successfully managed to clean it and get rid of the smell without any reoccurence using readily available products which are relatively inexpensive.

    Just for the purposes of not looking like a dumb-arse, it was my missus who put the flask there and presumably didn't tighten the lid correctly!! ;-p
    Try bicarb of soda. Rub it in and also leave a layer on top for about a day then hoover it off

    Used this when I had to clean out a house the ****ing tenants had let cats piss all over the carpets.
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    Burn it out
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    Gummibaerchen; I'll give the bicarb a bash. Thanks for your response.
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    I've not met a smell that febreze can't kill
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    (Original post by murph71)
    Gummibaerchen; I'll give the bicarb a bash. Thanks for your response.
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    Sorry, but don't you know that there is no point crying over spilt milk?
    lol


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