Cleaning and sanitising prams and strollers

If the pram or stroller is covered in mould, it isn’t destined for landfill. Mould can be effectively and safely removed from textiles using chlorine bleach. Salvaging mouldy items prevents landfill and saves you money.


Prams and strollers can be expensive items, and unfortunately, they can get quite dirty, sometimes even covered in mould. Our instructions show how to clean prams and strollers and remove mould. Save money and save the item from landfill at the same time.

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Facebook resources

Members of our Clean Cloth Nappies Facebook group have access to in-depth posts and discussions on:


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