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I need to clean the straps better than just wiping them down. My child was sick in the car last night and the straps are still very stinky. Is there some way to wash them?

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The local group in our area told me to take the straps out and handwash them with warm water and mild soap then lay them somewhere flat to dry before putting them back where they dont twist hope this helps

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