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Bouncers, Swings, and Jumperoos

All those baby contraptions can not only take up a lot of room in storage, they can also be a pain to clean. Our recommendation, take them apart as much as possible (take a picture or find the manual so you know how to put them back together when needed) and tackle each part individually. Most soft seats and parts can be laundered and air-dried, while metal and wooden parts can be wiped down with a nontoxic cleaning solution. Clean plastic toys by putting them in the gentle cycle in your dishwasher, wiping them down with baby wipes, or giving them a warm bath with a mild soap in your sink. Then store smaller parts in an airtight container to keep out bacteria and allergens, and the larger base in a cool, dry spot.

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