Chocolate Milk in a Tight Spot
So my daughter spilled 16oz of chocolate milk in the backseat of the car, and it ran into the crevice between seat cushions, down into part of the body of the car. Now the car stinks from the sour milk.
My question for you is what sort of tools you might recommend for getting the chocolate milk out? To better explain, you can imagine that the milk is stuck in a part of the body shaped like a pipe that has two 3" openings which of course are not large enough to fit your hand in. The pipe is several feet long, so I suspect the milk is coating its entire bottom. It has also congealed to the pipe at this point, so a shop vac is not able to just suck it out.
I can imagine that some sort of steam cleaner with a "snake" attachment would be ideal, but not sure if they even make such things. Any recommendations?