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Need a new seat pad and straps!!

Hi guys! i am the youngest of 25 cousins and thus am "forced" to use many hand me downs. apparently, it would be ungrateful to go out and buy brand new things while the family baby stuff is still "good".

What i have is a chicco highchair that needs a new girlish touch to it. the seats gray and faded and a strap is missing.

any suggestions? cn't find a store that sells parts. or maybe since highchairs are not tha expensive, people usually never change anything.. just buy everything new.

please help. want a pretty seat for my little pincess.:-(

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  • gasflair Oct 23, 2008

    Looking for replacement seat pad for Chicco high chair. Current one is splitting and sharp

  • Anonymous Oct 29, 2008

    The buckle on our straps broke, and need replacement. Anyone find place to order replacement parts?

  • kmglavich Nov 16, 2008

    i also have a hand-me-down chicco high chair (it's the chicco mamma model, which i think has been replaced by the chicco polly). it's missing the straps to go around the child's waist and am trying to find replacements.

  • romywos Dec 15, 2008

    I am also looking for replacement straps and the company just told me they don't have any and can no longer get them. I asked about the newer model and they told me the straps were not interchangable because of the difference in seat size.

  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    need covers

  • weeblemoo Mar 06, 2009

    got a chicco polly highchair and need replacement shoulder straps as one of clips has broke any idea where i can get one thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2009

    I need a replacement strap/buckle set for my Chicco Polly Highchair. The plastic inserting piece completely busted off and makes that sides strap unusable and unsafe. This is a new chair (9 months old) and should not be breaking like this!

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I needed new seat covers and called chicco uk on 01623750870 they provided one for £25, excellent service too. Hope this helps.

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We bought a second hand chicco polly high chair it need a new cover which we found on ebay.com including shipping it cost £25.00 and the harness was missing so i called chicco directly and they are sending a new on for £10.50 including deliverly they are available in Black, Light blue and Navy blue, I just called them on 01623 750 870.

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Call 1.877.424.4226 - I had same problem looking for straps and went on to Babies R Us site, looked up highchair and downloaded intruction manual and had this number in the back for ordering parts. I just ordered straps for $12 and $5 shipping. It took only a couple of minutes. Good Luck

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You can buy replacement high chair straps at HighChairBelts.com One was $9 shipped but I bought the 3 for $17 with FREE shipping! I sewed the ends of one set together and use it along with my daughter's grocery cart cover. Most of the straps on the carts are filthy or missing pieces or broken.

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I put these straps for auction on ebay this is the item number 270320092029 also selling the pad.

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I also wanted new straps for a chicco mamma hand me down high chair. I was given it with a normal reins type straps which can be attached easily (if you take the seat pad out there are screws which can be placed through the strap to attach firmly to the seat.)

However my boy spends his whole time slidding his bum forward and ends up hanging out of the seat. So I phoned chicco who put me on to another company who does old straps.
They sold me a 5 point harness for an different high chair
(the polly) which should work. However I'm having difficulty working out how to fit the over the shoulder staps securely... Can anyone tell me how they attach?

If you want the details of the company it is: stork talk (midlands) ltd - tel 0115 930 6700

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