How to Properly Maintain an InnoPet Dog Pram?

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Maintaining your InnoPet dog buggy is essential to ensure its longevity and optimal performance. Here are some important steps to follow:

  1. Clean and Lubricate Wheels and Axle: After each use, it's crucial to inspect the wheels and axle for any accumulation of dirt, sand, or mud. If you find any, clean the axle and wheels thoroughly. Ensure they are completely dry before applying a thin layer of vaseline as lubricant. Avoid using WD-40 or similar products, as they can exacerbate the issue.

  2. Store in a Dry Place: To prevent rust formation and extend the life of your buggy, store it in a dry and sheltered area. This will help protect the metal components from moisture and the elements.

  3. Long Periods of Non-Use: If you plan to not use the buggy for an extended period, consider disassembling the wheels. This prevents unnecessary stress on the tires and axles.

  4. Avoid Prolonged Folding: Leaving the buggy folded for extended periods is not recommended as it can cause creases in the fabric. Periodically unfold it to prevent fabric folds and potential discoloration due to light exposure.

  5. Zipper Care: Ensure there is no tension on the zippers when storing the buggy. Keep the zippers open to prevent any strain on them.

  6. Cleaning the Fabric Cover: If the fabric cover becomes dirty, clean it with lukewarm water using a gentle handwashing method. Avoid using aggressive soap. After cleaning, avoid drying it in direct sunlight or near heating sources.

  7. Rain Cover Maintenance: After using the rain cover, make sure to dry it before storing it. Store it in a frost-free area to prevent damage.

By following these maintenance guidelines, you can keep your InnoPet dog buggy in top condition, ensuring that it continues to provide a comfortable and safe experience for you and your furry companion.

If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, don't hesitate to contact us. Your satisfaction is important to us, and we're here to help.

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