As soon as you start using your stroller, you’ll be bringing it everywhere with you, which can result in you getting up a huge amount of germs.
Considering how limited your free time might be when you have children, we opted to place together this step-by-step tutorial on how to clean a stroller to ensure that you have everything you need in one convenient location. All components of the cleaning procedure have been thoroughly researched to ensure that we have covered every aspect that is relevant to the process.
Step 1- Prepare your stroller
You should read the instruction manual for your stroller before you begin cleaning it. This will inform you of any special suggestions and limits that may exist about the fabric and materials that were used to construct the stroller. For those who wish to conduct some deeper cleaning, you can also find further information on the parts removal process on the website.
It is recommended that you remove any toys, attachments, and other removable parts from the vehicle after reviewing the owner’s instructions (which you will only have to do the initial time you wish to clean it). Don’t forget to clear any storage compartments, such as the basket from under the seats or the pocket that some stroller models in India feature on the sides of the seats.
Step 2- Cleaning fabric
After removing all of the accessories & detachable parts, begin by cleaning the seats and other hard-to-reach areas. Clean the whole fabric of the seats, paying particular attention to the seating because that is where the most dirt accumulates. Given the wide variety of snacks available to your children daily, the fabric of the seat can accumulate a significant amount of crumbles.
Spots are another sort of filth that you may need to eliminate from your home. If you find any stains on the fabric, it will most likely require more than a moist cloth to remove them completely.
Step 3- Cleaning plastic and metal
The majority of strollers include a metal plate and/or elements such as handles and wheels that are made of either plastic or metal. These components, particularly the wheels, can become quite dirty. You’ll be using the stroller the whole year, and for the majority of the year, the elements will have an impact on the wheels’ performance.
For extremely unclean strollers, a hose can be used to remove larger chunks of dirt, exactly as you would when washing a car or a boat. After you have removed the first layer of grime, which you can see from a few feet away, you may use an all-purpose cleaner and a clean cloth to clean the rest of the surface. Wipe the areas that require cleaning using a cleaning solution applied to a cloth. If there are still tough stains, you’ll have to put in some effort to get them out.
Make sure to thoroughly dry all of the components of your stroller, since otherwise the metal pieces may rust and the cloth may become moldy.
For thorough cleaning, you would need to remove the cloth from the frame, remove the wheels, and begin scrubbing with a toothbrush, preferable. Even though it sounds like a difficult task, you will be able to restore your stroller to the state in which you purchased it.
Most people do not have this kind of available time on a routine basis, and you do not need to perform such a thorough cleaning drill regularly, the above-mentioned steps can be helpful and can keep your stroller in generally nice and clean condition, quickly and without feeling like you are doing a chore.