How would you clean Moses basket??

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  1. Ammdaz

    Ammdaz Well-Known Member

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    As the title says really. We are using DS's Moses basket again this time round. It's been stored in the loft, sealed in a large plastic bag. I've obviously washed all the fabric bits and rinsed through the lining that can't be washed in the machine but I don't know how to clean the actual basket bit? It's not really dirty, I just think it must be a bit dusty after all that time in the loft even though its been quite well sealed. Don't want to use loads of cleaning chemicals on it, will a wipe over with a damp cloth do? Xxx
     
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    buggy1 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I'd just wipe it over with a damp cloth (warm soapy water) as long as you've washed the fabric bits you can and got a new mattress ;)
     
  3. Ammdaz

    Ammdaz Well-Known Member

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    Thanks :) yep we've ordered a new mattress ;-) xxx
     
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    In this weather you can give it a good clean with soapy water and put it in the sun to dry.
     
  5. Anna456

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    Mine is from a friend and had been stored in her loft, I've washed all the fabric bits then I got dime free dettol wipes in a bounty pack and I'm going to give the basket a wipe over with those it doesn't look dirty to me but thought that would just freshen it up x
     
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    I got a second handone, wicker style. I sprayed with dettol, washed off and left it in the sun to dry out! x
     

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