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Hi! Were you able to figure it out? I am having the same issue and it is driving me nuts! Lol. I dont get hoe the instructions dont provide details for fabric removal! Please let me know if you were able to get it off. I got mine second hand and it is filthy. :(
Many bassinets have rivets that dont allow you to remove the fabric.
We draw water in the washer and add soap then drop one end in
and work it around until it is in the washer. Use gentle cycle and
cross your fingers that no damage is done. I have washed many of them
and never destroyed one. Good luck
If this is for a bassinet here is the answer I posted for another person. If not, just let us know.
We will see what we can do for you. Many bassinets have rivets that dont allow you to remove the fabric. We draw water in the washer and add soap then drop one end in and work it around until it is in the washer. Use gentle cycle and cross your fingers that no damage is done. I have washed many of them and never destroyed one. Good luck
I got this bassinet 2nd hand. I can tell you that I did wash the whole set. You have to take the screws out at either end to remove the cover (one screw is behind the batteries in the music box). I removed the plastic parts (the slits are closed with velcro for the flat plastic panels so the plastic simply slides out). The hoops were a little more difficult but since it is an overlap closing and the hoops are flexible, you can remove them. Simply wash in cold water and hang to dry. When its dry, you can put the plastic slides and hoops back in the same way you took them out. Came out fine.
there are two screws on the sides, you might want to unscrew them, after you do so the thin bar should snap off if u give it a little tug..then you can remove the canopy and the rest of the covers..make sure you remember how it looks before you take everything off..because it could be trick putting it back together, thats my problem now i cant remember how the canopy gpoes back on...?
I could not get the fabric off my canopy either. I found it slide nicely into my washer (top loader with agitator) even with metal insert. I washed on delicate and it came out great, with no damage to canopy.