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    Default Cleaning a pram to list for sale

    What does everyone use to clean prams?

    I want to clean up DS's Baby Jogger City Mini and list it on buy/swap/sell, but it needs a clean up/detailing.

    It hasn't been used for a couple of years so it does need a freshen up.

    I've got it out in the sun at the moment for a good airing out, then hopefully I'll tackle the cleaning tomorrow.

    Any tips appreciated!

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    People have used high pressure cleaners.

    I just cleaned by Bee. Pretty much everything is removable and went through the washung machine. I washed everything else with warm water and mild soap.

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    ****** mop that comes apart or car upholstery cleaner.

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    I have a city mini and cleaned it recently. It came up a treat but wasn't too grubby before I washed it. Everything that could be removed went through the washing machine...I used fabric softner too and it smells delish. The rest I just used hot soapy water and a sponge. Put it all back together as soon as you removed the fabric from the washing machine and just put it outside to air dry.

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    Use a pressure leaner if its really bad, be a bit careful as some prams it can leave a mark but it'll have it looking like new.

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