HOW TO REMOVE MILK SMELL FROM CARPET
Before doing anything else, try and soak up any remaining milk from the carpet using a clean towel. Firmly blot the stain — don’t scrub. Mix 2 cups of warm water and 1 teaspoon of dishwashing soap, apply the mixture directly to the area using a sponge. Take some baking soda and pour it directly onto the milk stain. It’s best to leave the baking soda on the carpet overnight to let it work its magic. After it has sat on top of the milk stain overnight, loosen the baking soda by using your hands or a small brush. Finish up by vacuuming the area. Another method is to set a bowl of vinegar near the stain for a few days. You can also spray the carpet stain directly with vinegar using a spray bottle. If you do spray the carpet with vinegar, after it sits for a while, blot it using a clean cloth. You can also hold a steam cleaner over the affected area of the carpet.
As the carpet dries, the vinegar smell will gradually disappear so you have odor-free carpet. Another useful but odd method to sprinkle fresh, unused coffee grounds directly onto the milk stain. This should help soak up the smell pretty quickly! For more spot cleaning solution visit Astrobrite Spot Stain Removal Guide
This video will show several step-by-step cleaning solutions to remove the smell of milk from your carpet.