A pram is an essen­tial attribute of any fam­i­ly that has recent­ly had a new addi­tion. The baby’s vehi­cle needs con­stant care, so it is nec­es­sary to fol­low a num­ber of rules dur­ing the oper­a­tion and stor­age of the stroller so that it serves you faith­ful­ly, and maybe it is inher­it­ed.
Care­ful care of the stroller and its prop­er stor­age will help you keep the appear­ance of the stroller at the prop­er lev­el. It is pleas­ant and not ashamed to walk with a neat clean stroller, but it is much more impor­tant that the ser­vice­abil­i­ty of all the mech­a­nisms of the stroller is a guar­an­tee of the safe­ty and health of your baby.


A few rules for caring for a baby stroller:

1. Each time before using the stroller, check:

  • Prop­er func­tion­ing of all locks and frame fold­ing mech­a­nisms.
  • Ser­vice­abil­i­ty of all riv­ets, screws and nuts.

  • Ser­vice­abil­i­ty and absence of cracks on the plas­tic parts of the stroller.

  • Con­di­tion of the wheel nuts.

  • The strength of the fas­ten­ers and but­tons on the tex­tile ele­ments of the stroller.

  • Cor­rec­tion of the brakes.

2. As it becomes dirty, be sure to clean the wheels and oth­er run­ning parts of the stroller from adher­ing dirt, lubri­cate them with machine oil. Wheel axles, axle box­es and bear­ings should be lubri­cat­ed every 3 months. Don’t for­get to clean them before lubri­cat­ing. Check tire pres­sure reg­u­lar­ly to make sure they are well inflat­ed. Rec­om­mend­ed tire pres­sure should not exceed 1 bar. Peri­od­i­cal­ly remove the wheels from the chas­sis and clean the sand and dirt from the inside of the wheel axle.

3. At least once a week, wipe all the plas­tic and met­al parts of the stroller with a cloth and warm soapy water (more often if you walk with the stroller every day and the street is damp and dirty). Be sure to use a rain cov­er when walk­ing in the rain and snow to pro­tect your baby and your stroller from excess mois­ture.

4. Care­ful­ly study the rec­om­men­da­tions from the man­u­fac­tur­er for the care of the fab­ric ele­ments of the stroller. Often tex­tiles from strollers can be washed at a tem­per­a­ture not exceed­ing 30 degrees. When wash­ing, do not use prod­ucts con­tain­ing bleach, bleach, ammo­nia or alco­hol. Oth­er­wise, you run the risk of irrev­o­ca­bly dam­ag­ing the fin­ish of your stroller.

5. In many strollers, you can unfas­ten the cov­er for the legs and the seat itself in the stroller ver­sion. Check them reg­u­lar­ly for clean­li­ness and wash them when they get dirty. To keep the shape and col­or of the prod­uct, it should be washed at a tem­per­a­ture of 30–40 degrees.


How and where to store a baby stroller

Do not store the stroller in direct sun­light — this con­tributes to the fad­ing of the col­or of tex­tile ele­ments.
Do not store the stroller when wet. After wash­ing and wash­ing, dry the baby car­ri­er thor­ough­ly at room tem­per­a­ture.
It is best to store the stroller in a dry, dark, enclosed area out of the reach of chil­dren. This will help to avoid con­den­sa­tion, mold and oth­er unpleas­ant inci­dents.
When you return the stroller to reg­u­lar use, be sure to check the func­tion of all parts that may have failed dur­ing stor­age before the first trip.
Fol­low these sim­ple rec­om­men­da­tions and your stroller will serve you for many years and will not require fre­quent repairs.


By Yara