Remove Odor & Disinfect Spilled Milk
Application Instructions to remove this horrendous smell
If you have tried other cleaning products, before you begin to use Nok-Out, neutralize the site with a mild baking soda solution (1 Tablespoon to 1 quart of water). This step ensures that the pH of the pollution is ready to accept Nok-Out.
- If not already dry, blot milk that has spilled with a clean, damp cloth.
- (Nok-Out is known to be non-bleaching, and non-staining, but if the pollution is on carpet, upholstery, or on other fabric, it is always prudent to test for color-fastness in an inconspicuous spot before continuing.) Spray a heavy spray of Nok-Out onto the affected site. Allow penetration into all fabric fibers for up to 6 minutes. Remember that fabric will act like a sponge, and will spread beneath the site of the spill! Work outward from the spill to cover the entire site of contamination.
- Sponge the site with a clean absorbent cloth, or use the suction part of a carpet cleaner to remove all liquid.
- Allow to air dry, or use a fan to speed up the drying process.
- Re-apply after 24 hours, if the odor reappears. If Nok-Out gets to the source of the odor, it will always eliminate the smell, but odor molecules often wander, and a second application may be necessary.
If a carpet cleaner is used to remove odors, put 8-16 oz of Nok-Out in the tank of your machine. Add enough water so that the total fluid is one gallon (128 oz). Allow this solution to soak into the carpet and sit for 5 - 15 minutes before suctioning it up.
The spoiled, sour milk odor is gone.