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    have just spilt quarter of a pint on the front seat any ideas on how to sort it? im working away so no chance of a wet and dry vax

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    auto glym do a cleaner with active bugs or something in it..

    Spray on wipe.. place a plastic bag ontop for an hour or two... then wipe away with clean water..

    This should get rid of the smell too.

    Edit : P.S Did you get your packet today?

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    Bobby now what have you done 'Gum' now 'milk' what next don't answer that. I would think plenty of water & soak it up with what ever you can get hold of hth ............

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    I had a pot of jelly on my front seat which leaked today!!

    But have no idea how to sort it, hot soapy water if all I've done so far!

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    oh dear...
    You need to really really deep clean the seat as the milk goes off deep inside and harry honks especially in direct sun /heat.
    Treat it like baby puke with baking soda & water.
    Get an air freshener too.
    I've used a pet smell remover like'simple solution' stain & odor remover with success.
    It can be done, but may take a few attempts...

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    This happened to someone I know. She contacted the manufacturer/dairy (phone number on the carton) and told them that the milk carton was on it's side and that milk had leaked out on the car seat. They paid for a full interior valet. Not an insurance scam it really was an accident and it left her interior smelling lovely

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    are there any house hold cleaning products that will do the job?

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    wash with fabric cleaner (loads out there auto-glym etc) then sprinkle Bicarbonate of Soda over to get rid of that horrid smell m8, great for getting baby milk out of mats, seats & carpet!!!

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    My last car was a Vectra B. It had light beige seats, which looked nice, but as you can imagine, would show up the slightest mark.

    The car was about 3 months old, and I picked up a mate of mine one Friday night who had just bought a take-away curry. The box leaked all over the seat, and we didn't know until he got out of the car 20 minutes later. It must have been about half of the tray that leaked. I was almost in tears.

    I had a bottle of Halfords interior cleaner in the boot which I had left in there in case of small emergencies (I wasn't expecting something like this though). I quickly got out a few cloths and wiped up as much as I could, then just soaked it in this cleaner and scrubbed as hard as I could.

    It was early hours of the morning and pitch black, so had no idea if it had even touched it. I hardly slept a wink that night, and when I got up rushed out to my car. I was expecting to see a big stain, but there was absolutely nothing. I couldn't even see where it had been. I was shocked and relieved.

    As a result, I always buy the Halfords interior cleaner, as it did an amazing job in my opinion. Curry is probably among the the worst things to stain, and especially on such light coloured seats, I thought there was no hope.

    I know your milk would have dried by now, but maybe give that a shot, it's not expensive. There are plenty of other brands out there too.

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    best bet is still a vax or similar ive had to do it loads of times when baby made a mess in the vec dunno where you are working maybe if you post a general area someone might have one you can use i have one in wigan if thats any help

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