Sanitizing As We Clean

Disinfectant

Properly Cleaning Seat

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  • We remove the plastic seat cover and sticky mess that’s hidden in the cracks. All types of stuff does get into those nooks and crannies.
  • We don’t put it in the washer , we dip fabric into a water base solution with enzymes. Air dry for a fresher smell. Then we follow up and wipe down with Lysol® Disinfecting Wipe. 
  • Next, we tackle the baby car seat's buckles. We sometimes remove the buckles from the seat entirely. Wash the buckle with running water to remove debris, but we don't use soap. Once dried, we test that each buckle snaps audibly when buckled and replace it back on the seat. Most of the times I don’t remove buckles to clean, just use a Lysol® Disinfecting Wipe or Lysol® Multi-Purpose Cleaner to get the buckles clean and sanitized. 
  • Freshen fabric with Lysol® Disinfectant Spray. This will sanitize fabric safely and leave it virtually germ- and bacteria-free. 
  • If your baby had a particularly bad diaper-blow-out in the car seat, we probably have to do more than the above steps. Remove the car seat from the car (if necessary). Scrub down all plastic parts and spot-clean upholstery according to care labels. We'll give it the deepest clean as possible and then let the car seat air dry, perhaps in the sun, which has natural whitening properties. Make sure the car's seat is unscathed or take the time to clean it as well. If you don't do your due diligence now, you'll be dreading car rides for weeks to come.

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