Get Rid of Musty Smell In Buggy?

How do you get rid of musky smell from buggy and covers?

Nikki from Wimbledon


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By pam2cats (Guest Post)
September 10, 20070 found this helpful

We may need a translation here. Do you mean "baby buggy'? We call it baby carriage. Or some are "strollers". But unfortunately I don't know the solution to your question. I hope someone else will.

By nifty jessy (Guest Post)
September 11, 20070 found this helpful

Sprinkle buggy with baking soda. You can a few drops of essential oil to the baking soda. Let sit for a while and then vacuum. The covers and coverings wash in hot water with your choice of detergent and instead of using fabric softener, use white vinegar. Tip: do not let these things sit in the washer or get wet and sit. this causes the musty smell to return. Let dry on a line outside in the sun.


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