How do i take apart my baby's booster chair to clean it
The removeable eating tray should be dishwasher safe, making it the easiest way to clean & sterilize the most important portion of the chair...the place where the food goes first and little hands love to mix it up :). As for the remaining sections of the chair, although the base and back do not appear to be designed to separate without possibly damaging and/or disabling the seat permanently, even to facilitate cleaning. Although the cover/seat padding is removable and easily cleaned with your choice of cleaning product, that also disinfects without damaging the material or leaving behind residue that might be harmful to your little one...leaving only the base and back of the seat left to sanitize. At this point, I find that sometimes the easiest, even old fashioned approach works best. For extreme cases, it might just be best to toss out the one you've got and purchase a new one that allows for more flexiilityas your child Don't be afraid to take the bare seat ou
Mar 22, 2012 |
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