Milk

STAIN REMOVAL GUIDE: Milk

In nature, the color white is a result from all the wavelengths of visible light being reflected into the eye.  Casein(a protein found in milk) and certain fats found in milk reflect wide ranges of light wavelengths, causing it to appear white.  It’s also made up of water, fat, lactose, minerals, and trace other substances. It can be a hard stain to get up because it is made up of so many different things.

“Milk can be a very difficult stain to remove just because it is made up of so many different ingredients”

1. Equipment Needed

Vinegar   │   Warm water     Terry Cloth    Ammonia

2. Steps 

1.

Mix 1 cup of warm water with 2 tbsp. Of vinegar.

2.

Apply mixture to stained area, let sit for 3-5 minutes to penetrate stain

3.

Rinse treated area with cold water and blot with terry towel.

4.

Mix 1 cup of warm water with 2 tbsp of ammonia.

5.

Apply to the stained area and let sit for 3-5 minutes.

6.

Rinse treated area with cold water and blot with terry towel.

7.

Repeat steps 1-6 until stain and smell are gone.

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