However given that kids spend a lot of time in their strollers whenever you are out of the house, the stroller will inevitably get dirty from leaky diapers, mashed fruit, cookie crumbs, spilled milk that can result in gross stains that need to be got rid of.
However, cleaning the stroller or travel system is not as straightforward as any other baby equipment you have.
As such we have written this step by step procedure for cleaning up the stroller system to ensure it retains its awesome looks and keeps your child safe from all the germs and dirt the stroller accumulates over time.
The Tools for Cleaning the Stroller
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How to Go About It
One of the worst things you can do is to let the stroller get gross before deciding to clean it. To ensure that you have a better chance of getting the stroller clean it is important that you clean the mess almost immediately after it is made.
For wet dirt from apple sauce, baby food and drinks, use a spoon or knife to get the bulk of the dirt out immediately. You should always have these utensils handy when you are out with the stroller rather than use paper towels that will just work the stains into the stroller fabric.
When you get home you should get down to do a thorough cleaning that will involve the use of two or more of the items from the cleaning kit.
"It is important to use each cleaning tool all over the entire surface of the stroller rather than trying to clean one section at a time"
How to Clean the Stroller
Factors to Consider
When when looking for a car seat to buy, it is always advisable to get one that will provide the least inconvenience when it comes to cleaning and maintenance.
How to Clean the Stroller Video
Cleaning A Stroller with Vinegar
Vinegar is an excellent non toxic product that will get rid of most of your stubborn stains including mold.
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