HOW TO CLEAN KIDS' HIGH CHAIRS
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Babies have a special knack for making messes, especially at mealtime, often getting more food on and around their highchairs than in their mouths. Cleaning up sticky food residue, spilled formula or breast milk, spit-up, and even diaper leaks can be a mealtime standard, but the buildup of minor spills or missed messes can cause stains, discoloration, and foul odors.
A regular cleaning schedule is essential not only to keep your child's high chair in good condition but to reduce the risk of sickness from dangerous bacteria and foodborne illness.
Daily cleaning should consist of brushing off loose crumbs, wiping the chair down with a damp cloth to remove food particles, and sanitizing the tray. Take it a step further once a week by cleaning and disinfecting the entire chair, tray, and legs. Lastly, once a month, disassemble the high chair, wash the cushions and straps, and remove any particularly stubborn messes you hadn't gotten to already.
Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner is a cleaner, degreaser, and deodorizer that removes food residue, dirt and grime, and more without damaging the high chair materials. The clean-rinsing formula allows you to clean without worrying about lingering residue that could cause skin irritation or contaminate food.
Before cleaning, check the high chair Owner's Manual for specific care instructions.
Sanitizing the tray (daily)
Cleaning and Disinfecting the Chair (weekly)
Disassemble and Clean (monthly)
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