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If you are talking about the base seat fabric, before you put the seat fabric in the washing machine remove the wooden and foam piece from inside the seat and then throw it in on cold with a gentle cycle. DO NOT put it in the dryer. Hang it to dry. Mine came out great like this. If you are talking about the tailed fabric that goes over the base seat fabric, then just remove the cover and put it in the washer - again NO dryer.
would assume you're talking like a booster seat with the back just no 5pt harness. You just buckle them up like you do. If they have those arm rest looking things, the part where it buckels goes under that one arm rest and the shoulder strap should go resting over his shoulder like yours. Some of them have a loop up top for the shoulder strap to go through. Just make sure that the toddler does NOT put their arm over the shoulder part of the belt. If you get into an accident this could break his/her ribs.
There are four plastic ends at each corner of the fabric seat unit, these need to be released, if you partly fold the buggy the tension on the fabric is eased allowing these four plastic tabs to be pulled out of their location.
When you have releasd these fold the buggy almost in half, and start to pull the fabric out of the slotted rails, you must try to do this evenly i.e. pull the back part out beyond the handles and the seat part out beyond the front wheel, it will seem tough at first but as you work all the sides evenly it will come out quite easily honest!
Fitting is just the reverse making sure the the sides of the fabric are locating properly.
Patience is the best policy.
Hope this helps.
Under the foot **** there is a bunch of fabric. Take that out pull it over the top of the bar and snap to the side. One the Top there is a piece that is tucked behind the back of the seat at the top. unfold that and snap each side to the side of the stroller where the sun shade is. Then snap the sun shade the outside of those snaps.