Every parent wants to find a stroller that is perfect for them and their baby. Luckily, Chicco has a wide variety of options that are sure to meet your needs! In this article, we will discuss how to assemble Chicco Liteway Plus Stroller. We’ll also highlight some of the features you’ll love about it as well as how it can grow with your child until they no longer need it.
Steps on Assembling Chicco Liteway Plus Stroller:
Step 1. Open the box and remove all of the packaging materials. Be sure to keep any instructions that were included with your product as some assembly steps will be detailed there for you.
If you are assembling a Chicco Liteway Plus stroller, then take off the wheel caps on both front wheels by pulling them straight up. Simply rotate it around to loosen one side at a time.
Step 2. Next, attach these two pieces using the screws provided in your package according to how they face each other when looking down from above (i.e., the left screw goes into the right hole). You can tell which piece is which because of how their holes line up or if one has an open slot while another does not have that slot.
Step 3. Repeat with the other wheel, then reattach both wheels to the stroller frame and tighten them by hand until they are sturdy. The front wheels should be pointing in opposite directions.
How do you put a carseat in a Chicco double stroller?
Step 1. First, unlatch and remove your current seat from the stroller frame by pressing on the red button located at the bottom of the backrest while pushing down on one side of the seat with both hands until you hear an audible pop sound. The latch may be stiff so you will need to give it some force.
Step 2.You can use your knee or foot if necessary as well. If this doesn’t work, try flipping up and over instead. There should be two visible latches in total when looking from behind after removing each strap.
Step 3. Next, place your new carseat carrier onto the frame and secure it using both latches- If you want to use your current carseat carrier, follow all of these steps but do not remove the old one. The stroller is now ready for use!
How do you open a Chicco Cortina stroller?
Step 1. First press both sides of the release button on each side panel until they click in place. This will allow you to adjust how far apart the panels are from one another so that taller items can fit inside more easily later on.
Step 2. Next, remove all four tires by pressing down on them until they pop off (this may require light pressure).
Step 3. Next, remove the two small screws from each of the panels on either side with a Phillips screwdriver.
Step 4. Lastly, use your hands to pull apart both sides and make sure that all parts have been completely removed before reassembling them in reverse order.
How do you Clean Chicco Stroller Fabric?
Step 1. Gently wash the fabric using a mild soap and lukewarm water. Rinse with clean, cold water to remove all soapy residue before leaving it in the shade out of direct light to let air dry or hanging from a clothesline for several hours.
Step 2. If you have dirt stains on your Chicco stroller fabric that are not too difficult, rub them gently with an old toothbrush (or other scrub brush) dipped in warm sudsy dishwashing liquid and rinse well.
Step 3. Repeat as necessary until they disappear. For tough marks like grease spots or paint splatters after washing, use rubbing alcohol mixed one part alcohol to two parts warm water as soon as possible after removing the stain if it is still wet.
Step 4. Let your Chicco stroller air dry for a few hours in the shade out of direct sunlight to avoid discolouration of fabric or deterioration from UV rays, and then apply one coat of lacquer with a paintbrush. Apply two coats if you have stains on your Chicco Stroller Fabric that are not too difficult to remove like dirt or grass stains
Step 5. To clean vinyl surfaces use lemon juice diluted 50/50 with water and rub gently using an old toothbrush (or other scrub brush) until it is completely clean. Rinse well and towel blot any excess moisture before applying a layer of polyurethane as soon as possible after cleaning so they won’t crack prematurely. Avoid spillage by keeping all liquids away from the frame and joints.
Step 6. To clean padded surfaces use a damp cloth or sponge to remove any dry dust and dirt, then rinse with clear water to cool the fabric before applying a commercial cleaner made for fabrics such as Woolite.
To avoid damage when cleaning this type of material, you mustn’t scrub too hard in one spot because the surface will be irreparably damaged!
If your stroller has been exposed to stains from food, diapers, drink spills, etc., we recommend using our Chicco stain remover. It removes stubborn stains like these without damaging the fibres on your Chicco Strollers Fabric.