We’ve put together some tips on how to clean your rain cover stroller so that they look good as new!
Rainy days can be a lot of fun, but they bring with them their own set of challenges. How are you going to take care of your kids in the rain? How will they have enough room for all their toys and snacks? How do you keep everything dry when it is pouring outside?
The most important question, though: how are you going to clean that stroller after the rain has stopped?
Steps on How to Clean Rain Cover Stroller:
Step 1. To keep your rain cover looking good as new, just follow these quick steps! First, remove the wet material from the inside of your stroller (you may need gloves for this).
Step 2. Use a hose outside if available, otherwise use warm water mixed with soap.
Step 3. Rinse the rain cover with fresh water and allow to air dry. Clean your stroller using a mild soap, then rinse it off with cool water.
How to Clean a Second-Hand Pram
There are many ways to clean a second-hand pram, depending on the material. The first thing you need is some soap and water mixed in a bucket. You should also have old clothes that can get stained with this job – make sure they’re sturdy materials like jeans or cotton trousers, not delicate ones!
First of all, remove any fabric coverings from your stroller before applying the soapy mixture; then use an old cloth or sponge to scrub at stubborn stains until they disappear. Rinse off the soap mix well by running it under a tap- preferably cold- and hang out to dry somewhere warm for best results (you don’t want mould developing).
Leaving it outside overnight will help evaporate any excess moisture which could lead to mould and mildew.
Rinse off the soap mix well by running it under a tap- preferably cold- and hang out to dry somewhere warm for best results (you don’t want mould developing). Leaving it outside overnight will help evaporate any excess moisture which could lead to mould and mildew.
How to Disinfect a Stroller
The key to keeping your stroller clean is knowing what kind of materials it’s made from. If you’ve got a fabric seat, then the best options for disinfecting are washing with soap and water or using an enzymatic cleaner like OxyClean- both methods work about equally well.
Plastic seats can be cleaned by wiping down with rubbing alcohol or vinegar if needed but make sure not to use either on any fabrics that may come into contact with them (such as straps).
If the foam part of your stroller has become soiled beyond cleaning – say because you spilt grape juice all over it while trying to feed your toddler some grapes – just replace it! It’s not worth risking bacteria getting in there and making someone sick just because you feel too lazy to go out and buy some new foam.
If the fabric part of your stroller has been soiled beyond cleaning, just replace it! This is one time when keeping a spare rain cover handy can really come in handy – if you have the same type as what’s on your dirty stroller then all you’ll need to do is swap them over and wash this one without worrying about ruining it.
How to Clean Clear Plastic Rain Covers
I know that you’ve been waiting for this one, and it’s finally here! How to clean clear plastic rain covers can be a little tricky if your only option is soap and water. Clear plastic rain cover fabric will often just smear the mess around instead of actually cleaning anything off… so what are we going to do about that?
The best way I found to clean my dirty clear plastics was with those handy packets from Clorox Wipes – they’re really easy on the environment too because you’ll never have any more waste in your garbage pails or landfills (score!). All you need to do is wipe down the surface until all traces of dirt are gone. It should take less than two minutes per stroller!
How to Sanitize Stroller Cover
Firstly you should use Clorox wipes. Then, saturate your fabric with water and hydrogen peroxide. Finally, rinse it really well in cold water.
How to Remove Black Mold From Stroller Fabric
If your stroller fabric has black mould on it, don’t worry – this is an easy fix! How? Well, firstly you’ll need to wash the affected area with soap and water.
After that’s done just use a scrub brush to gently scrub at all the dirt until there are no more marks left behind. Make sure to dry off any moisture as well before moving on from step one. Once that’s finished then pour some bleach into a bucket of warm water (never directly onto fabric!).
Soak the stain for about twenty minutes or so to kill any harmful bacteria, then rinse and hang up or let air dry (depending on how long it takes) when they’re fully dried out. Congratulations! You’ve cleaned your rain cover stroller!