Need help removing milk stains on a garment?
Milk stains contain albumin, a component in many foods of animal origin. Eggs, milk, blood, urine, perspiration, certain types of glue, and gelatin have high contents of albumin. Fresh albumin stains are water-soluble and easily removed with wetside stain removal agents, such as steam. The longer the stain remains on the garment, the more difficult they are to remove.
The following procedure is proven to safely remove albumin stains:
1. Flush thoroughly with steam.