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Different types of dog toys require different cleaning due to their materials and the type of germs that they attract. •Plastic and rubber toys- these are the easiest type of dog toys to clean. They can be either hand washed with soap and water or in the dishwasher. If you do choose to clean them in the dishwasher, make sure it is without a detergent. •Rope toys- these toys attract lots of bacteria. In order to clean them, it is advised to put them in a microwave for a full minute. Another way to clean them is just like with plastic and rubber toys, to put them in a dishwasher without a detergent. These two methods will kill the bacteria. •Stuffed animals- these toys attract lots of bacteria as well. In order to clean them, put them in the washing machine. In most cases, they will come out fresh and clean. If the stuffed animal is made poorly, then it will not survive the washing machine.
There is a filter in the black hose that goes from the tub to the pump. It must be where the toy stuffing blocked the water from draining. Access the hose through the front bottom panel then remove it from the bottom of the tub to get the filter out and clean it.
Remove the two screws attaching the front bottom panel to the
cabinet then slide the panel down and off the cabinet. Prop up
the bottom front edge of the washer or cushion and lean it against the
wall to access the screws more easily.
Loosen the clamp holding the tub-to-pump hose to the tub to remove it and take out filter. Clean the filter then reinstall it and the front bottom panel in reverse order of the removal steps.
I have a different Baby Einstein gym but it's basically the same thing. as long as The mat and toys are soft (Mat is like a blanket and toys are like stuffed animals) they can be washed in a washing machine with Baby soap (Ivory snow or Purex baby) I put my mat in the dryer but let the toys hang dry for 24hrs.
The drain pump is easy to clean. It is white and has around cover facing the fron on the bottom. Take 3 screws out and remove the bottom cover, unscrew the round cover off of the drain pump, pull it out, and clean out all the coins, toys, hairpins, whatever else has been left in pockets and gone into the washer. When you screw the cover back on make sure the gasket is seated properly. Also, expect some water when you remove the cover.
You CAN remove the armrests- quite easily actually! All you need to do is grab a small pair of pliers. Behind each armrest are two tabs. With the pliers, pull the bottom tab out. Slide the top tab underneath the bottom. The armrest will pop right off! Which means you can wash the pad seat and all!
First, snap out the black pieces that attach the cover to the seat with a pair of pliers or a kitchen knife. Then turn the seat over and remove the base by sliding out the metal rod that runs thru the base and seat. Then unhook the center buckle from the bottom of the seat and back up thru the seat.
Unhook the straps from the metal bar on the back of the seat and thread them back thru the seat. Be sure to remember the order in which you slide it thru the components so you can reassemble. It may be helpful to lay them out in the order you removed them.
Unhook the elastic bands holding the bottom in place and slide it over the top part of the seat and off the seat.
If you need to remove the top part and wash, remove the black pieces the same way as the bottom, unhook all elastic and slip it off the top.
I wash mine in cold water with mild detergent and usually let it air dry so as to not shrink it.
Reassemble by reversing steps.
Hi, all the way around it are plastic bits sticking out and the seat cover is clipped onto the plastic bits, just lift them off one by one, all the way around. then when your done clip them back in again. hope this helps.