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How to Launder / Wash the Bugaboo Footmuffs

How to Launder / Wash the Bugaboo Footmuffs

 Photo by  Alexey Shikov  

Photo by Alexey Shikov 

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Footmuffs keep your baby snug and happy during winter and colder months.

The spilling of formula, milk, and food are a common occurrence, thus, these stroller inserts require frequent cleaning - cleaning footmuffs is a total stroll in the park! Washing once a month or whenever needed, i.e, when heavily soiled, is recommended. From fleece to down, I have put together some tips on care instructions to help keep you inserts clean and cuddly for baby.

For stain removal

      • Apply Stain Solution directly to any soiled areas.
      • For tough or set-in stains, sprinkle Laundress's All-Purpose Bleach Alternative onto the Stain Solution to create a powerful cleaning paste.
      • Use a Stain Brush to gently work this paste into the fabric.

      Washing:

      Fully zip all zippers and snap all buttons to wash. This will prevent tangling or snagging while in the machine. Insert the footmuff into a Mesh Bag to protect it during the wash cycle. 

      For Fleece

      Set the machine to the normal cycle and select a warm/cold water temperature and medium spin. If the machine has an adjustable soil level, set to heavy for the most thorough clean. Add two capfuls or a squirt of Detergent to the detergent dispenser or directly into the machine drum.

      For Down

      Set the machine to the delicate or woolens cycle and select a warm/cold water temperature and low spin. If the machine has an adjustable soil level, set to heavy for the most thorough clean. Add two capfuls or a squirt of a Wool & Cashmere liquid/solution to the detergent dispenser or directly into the machine drum.

      Drying

      For down footmuffs, tumble dry, low heat until completely dry to prevent water marks. For fleece items, lay flat to dry.

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