Getting rid of smell

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  1. Felixx219

    Felixx219 New Member

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    So, my daughter spilled some milk on my rear floor and I didnt know about it until it was too late.

    Now that it is warming up, the smell is awful.

    I have tried Resolve and a scrub brush but it doesnt work.

    Any ideas on what I could use to get rid of the smell? I plan on getting my interior professionally cleaned but I want to wait until it gets warmer. I just need something to get rid of the smell until then.
     
  2. Paulie Walnuts

    Paulie Walnuts Im an agent of chaos

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    Sell daughter to provide happy endings for wealthy business men. /thread.
     
  3. Paulie Walnuts

    Paulie Walnuts Im an agent of chaos

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    Did you try something as simple as Dawn, Tide or another off the shelf cleaner? Did you know that Walmart has an automotive department that sells carpet cleaners for cars? You could go get a Little Green Clean Machine use it and then return it. Tons of options here dude.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I'd consider renting a steamer/extractor and then spraying down the area with some Frebreeze or Meguiars OdorX.
     
  5. Felixx219

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    I am going to have it cleaned by a professional steam cleaner. But, it is has been a little too cold here and he doesnt like doing cars until it gets up into the 70s because it doesnt dry.

    I just need something temporary and regular household stuff hasnt worked thus far such as Resolve, Fabreeze, Simple Solution, etc.
     
  6. Morgan06

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    try to find 'After Fire' or 'Odor Control' made by Big D- they usually sell it at auto body supply shops or Carquest and costs between $3-$8.
     
  7. MartyFukstein

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    Dairy and vomit odors need to be extracted, dried, and then treated with live enzymes.

    Don't waste time and money attempting this yourself. Hire a good carpet cleaner; they can do this work in their sleep.
     

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