Peg Perego Strollers' fabric lining provides comfortable seating for the baby, but it can also have its shortcomings. Children’s messes from eating and accidents can quickly turn new lining grotesque. To prevent this, learn how to remove the lining and wash it. Removing the lining can be simple as long as you are patient and do everything in the correct order. Washing it can be simple too; just remember to avoid harming or shrinking the lining so it can be easily replaced in the stroller.
Unbutton the lining sack from the seat to remove the lining. The buttons are located on the sides of the seat beneath the armrest.
Slip the seat lining off the foot cover. Pull it out from the bottom.
Detach the lining sack from the armrests. Unbutton each corner and pull this part of the lining out. Do the same for the lining on the adjacent armrest.
Pull the bottom part of the safety belt out from under the seat. This will allow that part of the lining to come loose.
Unbutton the side tabs from the backrest. The side tabs are behind the backrest near the armrests.
Slide the tabs off the backrest. The tabs are wrapped around the back side of the backrest and should slide off now that you have loosened everything else. Remove the sack completely from the stroller.
Wash the sack in cold water by hand. Use a mild detergent. Do not wring, use bleach, iron or dry clean. Do not place the seat in the dryer as it may shrink.
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