How To Remove Milk Stains From Your Carpet?

I hate it when I spill something on my carpet because this means that I have to do my best and actually treat the stain. But as much as I hate spending even more time cleaning – I can’t just leave the stain, I love my carpets and it would be a shame if I let them stay covered in stains, right? This is why I can say that I have become an expert in removing all sorts of stains – and I know a few tips and tricks. Of course, I am going to share them with you.

Today, I will focus on spilling milk – and more importantly, how to remove the stain! I have two incredible removal methods that you can use!

The First Method

Mix two cups of warm water with one tablespoon of liquid dish soap then treat the stain with the mixture by dampening a cloth in it.

This is enough to get rid of milk stains but in some cases, you will need to try a bit harder. If you can still see the stains, mix one tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of water then treat the area with that.

And the last thing you need to do is rinse the area.

The Second Method

Take a cloth or a sponge and soak up as much of the milk as possible. This is why it’s important to be quick and immediately start treating the stain.

Then soak a cloth in cold water and scrub the area with it. Repeat a few times.

Continue with sprinkling cornstarch or baking soda all over the affected area then vacuum it up in 30 minutes – and you are done!