Hi, I bought a used stroller and I plan to wash it, but I don't know if the fabric can be removed from the body?
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Peg-Pérego says nothing about washing machine cleaning of the fabrics, so watch out as the fabric may fade or get damaged if being removed and washed in the machine. I personally cannot find anything in the manual, and I am a person to rather do hand cleaning as I have quite a few bad experiences with the washing in the machine, and the brand itself doesn't recommend it. The fabric removal should be possible to be done, however there is no manual, as PP says: "brush fabric parts to remove dust and wash by hand at a maximum temperature of 30°C; do not wring; do not use chlorine bleach, do not iron; do not dry clean; do not apply solvent-based stain removers and do not dry in a tumble dryer."
I can, however, help with this article about cleaning and maintenance I wrote, and you'll find how to approach the cleaning of the stroller from my experience.