It has been subzero for a few days in Chicago so yesterday I started up the Elise to get the oil warm and take it for a spin around the neighborhood. I ran to the gas station for some yoghurt and milk but then I forgot the yoghurt in the passenger seat footwell. This morning, I remembered the yoghurt and went to retrieve it but four of the yoghurt pots burst and sprayed a frozen yogurt slurry over much of the passenger seat and footwell. After getting most of the large stuff, the remaining frozen shards were difficult to clean so I used a hairdryer to thaw the remainder and towel it up. I think I put the hairdryer too close to the carpet though because I smelled burning hair and solvent and there was a blue smoke so I dumped some water on the mess and now it is all frozen again and the interior smells like sour milk and meth. Should I wait until spring to try and salvage it all or should I try and clean it now? My mom works at a heated coffee and tea warehouse so I can probably pull the car there for a while but then I might introduce new aromas into the equation. Coffee would be better than sour milk but I think the sour milk might come out with some Fabreze. The chemical smell might require some more work but I've read that baking soda and oranges should remove it. I think I'll just crack the windows and wait until spring. My only concern is having the car completely odor free by the Lilac Festival because I am driving the Lilac Queen in the parade and she has vitiligo which I'm told can be painful.