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    Getting the Cover off the CA to Wash

    Is there a trick to removing those two clips in the bottom of the seat pad? Cause I cannot get those stupid things to even budge!

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    Re: Getting the Cover off the CA to Wash

    Around the sides of the seat there are elastic loops holding the seat pad in place, have you unhooked those yet? That is the only thing I can think of at the moment.

    BTW handwash on that cover is really a must, IMO. I put mine through our portable washing machine thinking it would be okay because the portable isn't as "rough" ( or as effective) as a regular washing machine, and it frayed pretty badly.

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    Re: Getting the Cover off the CA to Wash

    If you flip the seat over, you will see that you need to squeeze the sides in to get them through the shell. Sometimes a flat-head screwdriver or a butter knife will help. But its definitely not easy.
    Alice, May 2009, riding in a Frontier
    Astrid, May 2015, riding in a Snugride 30



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    Re: Getting the Cover off the CA to Wash

    Not easy for sure I own three of that seat and I feel for you with those. Someone with arthritis would never be able to get those out.
    10.5yr old Topside Booster, 9yr old Topside, 6yr old Topside, 4yr old RXT RF, 2yr old RXT RF

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