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best way to clean a red phil and teds?

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krisskross Mon 08-Aug-11 19:53:23

its pretty grimey.

BikeRunSki Mon 08-Aug-11 20:02:55

I have a red one, and scrub it with a fairly dilute solution of washing powder every so often. It's also quite faded, which makes it look less clean than it should be.

Aparrently you can take the covers off and soak in the bath, but I have never worked out how to do this.

krisskross Mon 08-Aug-11 21:56:22

thanks bike, thats useful.

SurprisEs Mon 08-Aug-11 23:01:56

You can take the cover off. Used to do it for customers with faulty ones. I can't remember exactly how. You need a screwdriver and I think the handle had to come off and you had to part folded. But can't remember for sure. Play around with it.

Whenisitmysleepytime Tue 09-Aug-11 13:24:31

my buggy doesn't have removable covers. i used bio liquid in warm water and scrubbed. then hosed it down in the garden. took ages to dry though.
it looks fab now and it even took off the factor 50+ stains! smile

krisskross Tue 09-Aug-11 22:00:11

aaaaahhh sleepy time- its the factor 50 stains i am wondering about, there are fading pastel green bits all over! Thanks grin

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