Question about Graco Baby Gear
Taking off all the parts
First you will need to remove the liner of the carseat, you will have to carefully remove the small harnesses from the fabric but as you do so label the back with a sharpie or draw a diagram so you know how to get it back on!
wash the fabric on COLD only and dry on very LOW heat to prevent SHRINKING because it will be hard to put it back on if it shrinks!
wipe the seat with a dishcloth of soap and water, do not use harsh chemicals on the carseat itself as even if you let it air dry the chemical smell or any residue could make your child sick.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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