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Removing the seat cover to wash

I am having trouble taking the seat cover off to wash. Basically the piece that goes between babies legs seems too small (the strap itself, not the fabric) to fit through the hole. Do I unscrew the metal bar to which it is attached?

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  • armegg Jan 15, 2009

    I have the same problem....what did you end up doing?

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What I did is cut the hole about .5cm bigger (to fit buckel thru) and then resowed it by hand with a strong thread. I would not recomend washing it in a top load machine (it damaged our seat) best would prob. be dry clean.

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