Cleaning second hand toys(4 Posts)
wigglerose Sun 13-Sep-20 21:15:20
icedaisy Sun 13-Sep-20 21:26:46
ZarasHouse Sun 13-Sep-20 21:58:41
ZarasHouse Sun 13-Sep-20 21:59:14
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I've been given a second hand jumperoo, a second hand walker, and a second hand baby bath.
We won't need the jumperoo and walker straight away but they haven't been used for at least a year so could so with a bit of a clean. What's the best way to do it - antibacterial wipe, antibacterial spray, hot soapy water? I'd shove plastic toys in the dishwasher, but the jumperoo and walker use batteries so I can't do that.
I think the baby bath can have a wash with hot soapy water and be ok.
Jumperoo I machine washed seat part, it unclips. Anti bac wiped the main frame. The sort of click in toys, round the edge I put in dishwasher,
Baby walker same, seat in wash, wipe rest.
Bath as you say but I used it like once.
I found an angel care bath seat in big bath much much easier and no issues re where to empty it! Picked one up from Facebook second hand.
I always machine washed the bits that came off (most say they are machine washable, some say hand-wash so I used the hand-wash setting), the rest with a cloth and some warm soapy water (fairy liquid).
Any detachable toys got a Milton bath.