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    Senior Community Member Mom2One+One's Avatar
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    I'm scared.......

    to try and remove the GN cover. It seems like it would be tricky to remove/put back on. I don't NEED to remove it now, but I really would like to know that I can when I do need to wash it. And I would also like to measure those top slots with no cover as well.....

    Who has removed it? Is it hard to get off/on?

    Melissa
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    Re: I'm scared.......

    No one has removed it?

    Melissa
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    DS - 01/08/06 and DD - 10/14/14

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    Re: I'm scared.......

    I removed it a number of times. It's very easy, just undo the little elastics, pull it off, and then when you put it back on just find the little hooks that the elastics hooks back onto. It's not a big deal.

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