Having order at home means not making a mess. Answer the question: “How can I have some free time after I come home from work, when in the morning I threw a couple of shirts on the floor as I was looking for something to wear and finally settled for what was in the back of the dresser?” If it is not just you, but your husband and your family as a whole and you do that each morning, when you come home you will find at least a dozen of things that should not be where they are. Now add a few glasses and plates from breakfast, dirty socks and bed, which have not been made. There you go! Half an hour of your free, after-work time at home is gone, spent for fixing the above. Therefore, instead of ruining your time at home, put some effort in teaching yourself and your family some self-control. How about everybody started putting their belongings in their rightful places?
1. Cleaning a car seat. Here are a few ideas on how to keep your car seat clean, safe and at its best. First, take out the car seat as well as all the toys you might have in the back of your car. Then, use the vacuum cleaner to suck all the dirtiness and dust out of the car. Take off the case of the car seat and wash it in the washing machine at a low temperature program. Read the label to make sure you can, indeed, wash it. Let the case dry in the open. Before you put it back on, take a look around the seat, check the less visible areas of it and clean them as well. Install the seat back in the car and make sure it is not loose. Read the manual again, if you have any doubts. If you want to clean the seat again but you do not want to or do not have the time to take off the case again, you can use a wet rag and hot soapy water to clean it. Do not use strong chemicals or bleach to clean the car seat. You might be thinking that the case of the infant car seat is just to make it look good, but it is actually a very important part of the seat. It has to always be on, so it is crucial that it is properly cleaned. Every car seat wears out. The reasons for that are various – direct sunlight, dust, spilled drinks and foods, and whatever the little traveller had in mind.
Now, you know how to properly clean your child’s car seat so that it is not only good looking, but also safe.