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    whats best to remove odours from leather iv had milk soak into my drivers seat and it stinks now if it was cloth i would probably steam clean it but what should i use for leather ??????????/

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    I wouldn't know how to, but I did a google search click me hope it helps you out

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    If spoiled old milk gets spilled on costly leather-upholstered seats of your sofa, you can clean the stain and remove its smell by using commercial leather cleaner. Blot the affected area with cleaner and wipe it with a clean cloth. Thereafter, apply odor eliminator on the affected area. Now, let the area dry thoroughly, because dampness can promote the growth of mildew.

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    Cliptones and good leather cleaner and it makes your car smell like new leather

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Gliptone-liqui...27ea07ff3893cf

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    thanks guys i think the milk has actualy soaked through to the foam

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    I recently bought Autoglym Leather Cleaner and Leather Conditioner and some Interior Shampoo and a bottle of autofresh... Gets rid of all odours!

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    Google Leather Training and Technichal. (LTT) I have some of their cleaner and conditioner it is very good.
    Edit. Found thier site.http://www.lttleathercare.net/

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    If it's soaked through to the foam it's either give it time & hope the smell subsides or strip the seats & wash the foam - I had this happen once in a Cavalier with cloth seats & I had to keep soaking them & then suck the water out with an Aqua Vac - obviously this isn't an option with leather

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