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    Default How to remove mould from pram??

    Any ideas/tips on how to remove mould from a pram?

    Not happy that my city series jogger has slight mould on it. I guess it's due to the very humid climate.

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    Bicarb and vinegar. Put it in a spray bottle and go crazy.

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    Milton the sterilizing stuff works wonders

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    I had to do this the other day my black strider was completely covered in mould.

    I had a mixture of vinegar, lemon and clove oil because you really need the clove oil to kill the spores or it will just keep growing back and its dangerous for your bub to inhale.

    I sprayed it all over rubbed it in a bit with a rag and left it to dry in the hot sun for about an hour and there is no smell and no more mould.

    good luck


 

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