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    Default Quick poll: to wash or not wash

    I am transitioning bub from his pram basinette to his pram seat. Should I wash the seat material first? (Baby jogger fit select so the fabric can come off the frame to wash).

    Tia!

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    Ok.. I was worried about chemicals used in production. Similar to washing clothes before wearing?

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    Not if it's new. Why give yourself more work then you need to. Hold off washing it until it's covered in spew and milk and too embarrassing to take out anymore without a wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipperRita View Post
    Not if it's new. Why give yourself more work then you need to. Hold off washing it until it's covered in spew and milk and too embarrassing to take out anymore without a wash.
    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipperRita View Post
    Not if it's new. Why give yourself more work then you need to. Hold off washing it until it's covered in spew and milk and too embarrassing to take out anymore without a wash.
    Lol! I agree with this.

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    Ok it's settled not washing it


 

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