Mold on Baby Jumper Seat


I have a mildew stain on my baby's cover, that is on the seat of the Rain Forest swing and baby bouncer. I need to know how to clean the covers that go on them.

By David from Searcy, AR


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By Samme Page 1 02/23/2010

Have you tried a good steam cleaner? It will help a great deal. Mine is a Sargent Steam.

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Certainly wouldn't want any human, and especially a baby, anywhere near mold! It's not worth risking his/her health so just toss it and replace it!

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By Faye 67 02/28/2010

Lysol disinfectant spray works wonders and should save this item. If just spraying doesn't work, try scrubbing and it should come right off!

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I bought a Jumperoo (baby jumper) from a yard sale for really cheap and the seat (which is bright red) has some mold or mildew spots on it. Does anyone know a good way to get these out or should I just replace the seat?

By sparklecola from IL

RE: Mold on Baby Jumper Seat

Peroxide clears mold and won't leave any strong odours that could harm a baby. Just put peroxide on mold stains with a dropper or cotton bud leave till stain fades, wash with any soap, rinse well, and dry. (08/27/2009)

By hera48

RE: Mold on Baby Jumper Seat

Do "not" use bleach. It can create an invisible gas and scar your lungs without you even knowing it. Use white vinegar only. I got permanently ill from using bleach on mold and the Red Cross told me to use a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water only.

Don't rinse it off, it will leave an acid base that will prevent the mold from growing back; just air it out til the vinegar smell abates. (08/27/2009)

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