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Any baby friendly detergent will do (hint It will have a picture of a baby on it) best option is to remove fabrics and hand wash but not all strollers have easy to remove fabrics. In that case use a sponge to work your water / detergent solution into the fabric then flush it all out with the garden hose. Once dry give all the moving parts a light spray of silicon spray wiping off any excess with a paper towel.
Good question! "No" is the simple answer, but washing is easy nonetheless. Here is some more detailed, general advice about washing:
The fabric parts should not be machine washed. Instead they should be hand washed and do remember to use a mild liquid detergent, preferably a non-biological one, or mild soapflakes. Never scrub fabrics with abrasive material or strong detergent.
Always dry the seat naturally; i.e. on the washing line please note that some fabrics, especially navies, are prone to colour loss if abrasion is used during cleaning. You are recommended not to rub localized marking. Refer to the product instructions for washing method. Colour loss can also be caused by sunlight. Do not leave your product in direct sunlight unnecessarily. Never use a tumble dryer or try to dry in front of a fire, as the high temperature may cause damage to the seat.
Reinforced parts such as hoods can be soaked, rinsed well and dried, as per the seat. The carrycot can be sponged clean with mild soapflakes and excess water removed with a dry cloth. Allow to dry naturally.