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    Default Milk stains on leather couch

    Hello all, I have milk stains on my couch and when I clean it, it just appears again, any suggestions please?
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    Default Milk stains on leather couch

    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Hello all, I have milk stains on my couch and when I clean it, it just appears again, any suggestions please?
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    What is the material? If it's leather, get leather wipes from the supermarket, it's the only thing that worked for us... Ours is black leather so every spot shows up!

    Edit!! What an idiot I am, just read the title again! Oops!

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    It's ok, thank you, I'll get them. Soap and water isn't doing anything, Pine o clean nothing, mr sheen nothing. Grrrr and yes it's black

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    Op, there's a product by a company called 'Oakwood' and it's called 'Deep clean Soap'so maybe give that a whirl (I bought it at Coles) it's pretty good with most stains on leather, so hopefully milk too. I also like that it says it removes body oils and odours from the leather too, so handy to have if you have a leather lounge.
    Good luck!

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    Try black shoe polish.... I don't know why but I've never had any trouble with my black leather couch but it my car it's another story I get white marks from makeup that j can't get rid of

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    Thank you, I'll pop in to coles maybe tomorrow.


 

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