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Hand wash it. Sunlight soap is the best and give it a good soak and rub with your hands and the marks should come out. DON'T put it in the washing machine, so many websites say just machine wash but I don't recommend it. I have seen hoods completely skewed out of shape. There are lots of layers in the making of these (another reason why they are so expensive). They don't take long to wash, rinse until waters clear, squeeze excess water out and then dry in the shade. Don't put any cleaning substances/ upholstery cleaners on it, Sunlight soap is my all time favourite for this sort of thing and gets most marks out. If you don't know what Sunlight soap is then any pure soap or baby friendly washing soap would do (one with a picture of a baby on it).If you want details on how all the fabrics fit on to the Bugaboo check out Bugaboo Customer Service for downloadable User Guideswww.bugaboo.com/28 (note Bugaboo change site page names frequently so this link may be out of date when you try it. Just take the 28 out and try again.