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    Default Pram strap stain removal help

    Hi all, I was given a hand me down double stroller which has what looks to be, chocolate ice cream stains all over the white/cream coloured straps. The straps are sewn in so they cannot be removed and I think the stains have been there a long time.
    I'm using the pram with a newbie and a 2yr old so I was hoping for a natural way to try and remove the stains, any ideas on how to clean these straps?

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    Take the pram to a car wash and high pressure clean

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    i'd just get a gurney and wash it.. or some sort of fabric cleaner with the gurney after it.. maybe buy some shoulder strap covers and put them over the straps?

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    Steam mop? Take the head off and direct the nozzle on the straps.

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    Id just scrub the bejezus out of them with hot soapy water then gurney the whole pram. I did this recently to my old pram and came up a treat.

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    I ended up using exit mould on the cream coloured straps (they were both dirty and mouldy - tropical climate...) and they came up a treat. I'd soak and then gurney and leave in the sun for the day to dry out.

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    Thanks, I'll give it a go. I don't have a gurney, but I'll try and borrow one if possible. If not, I guess I'll just keep on scrubbing

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    If all else fails you could buy some strap covers from a wahm pram liner page? Just cover them up

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    I had mould on my emmaljunga (white) I sprayed with sard. Then I soaked in nappy San. Then I put it outside in sun. I repeated this about two times lol. Worked for stains too.


 

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