In part one of this article, you have read that there are two important things you need to do when you deal with milk stains – act fast and never use hot water on protein stains. Also you have read that it is much better to use a home made natural cleaner instead of a commercial one, that is because commercial cleaners contain a lot of harsh chemicals and they are expensive and unhealthy to use. If you decide to use a natural cleaner, read this part and find out what you need to use and how to use it. Here is what you need to do:
If the stain is on a fabric, professionals from cleaning Frankston suggest you soak it in cold water for at least 30 minutes. After that add some liquid detergent to the water and soak the fabric again. This time rub the stain with your finger every 5-10 minutes. After that, launder the fabric in the coolest water possible. If after laundering the stain is still there, repeat the procedure.
Even if you think that the stain is gone, make sure you air dry the fabric, otherwise if there is still a little milk left and you put it in the dryer, the heat will set the stain permanently in.
If you have stained your carpet or your upholstery, you will first need to find a small bowl and in it make a solution of one cup of cold water and some liquid dish washing solution. Stir the mixture well until suds form. After that take a clean white cloth and apply the mixture on the stain. Make sure you blot with the cloth, instead of rubbing, otherwise, cleaning Frankston company say you will set the stain deeper or spread it and make a bigger mess. Repeat this procedures until the stain is gone. Then use a new cloth and some water to rinse the area. Always blot immediately after the water.
Always test any solution which you use on a small and inconspicuous area of the place that you are cleaning, otherwise you risk discolouring or damaging the fibres.