Help with Car Seat Vomit...


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DD was sick in her CCO last night :( This is the first time ever that I'm dealing with this, can I please get some tips on cleaning the straps and getting rid of the smell? I've wiped them down lightly and washed the cover...but I just don't remember what to do now. I know there was a great thread about it but I can't find it. I would switch out the harness but I don't think it's removable (?)

Gah this is not what I want to be doing on my birthday lol. I just moved dd to the radian for now because it's all so gross :p

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