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FAQ Shire Pram Cleaning NSW

Why Choose Us?

With over 3+ years experience, professionally trained and many prams and car seats cleaned, we are very thorough to ensure the best possible results every time.

We communicate well with our customers and take pride in our work.

How long does it take to clean my items?

Please allow a minimum of 2-3 days.

What if I need my item delivered on a day that you are closed?

We try to be as flexible as possible so you can either send a direct email, fill in the Contact Form or give us a call and we'll do our best to accommodate you!

What if I have completed and paid for my booking but need to change days/times?

No problem you will need to contact us directly to organise alternative times

Do you clean the prams and car seats by steam cleaning?

No we don't.

Our process is very thorough and takes a lot more time so that we get fantastic results.

We de-frame the items (take all fabric off), it gets soaked then scrubbed as many times as it takes until we are satisfied. It is then rinsed several times and dried. We then clean the pram frames or car seat bases so they are super clean and put it all back together!

Mould Treatment Section

mould-treatment FAQ Shire Pram Cleaning NSW

How do you treat mould and is it safe?

We get a lot of jobs that require us to kill and remove mould on prams and car seats. We also get enquiries and questions about effective and safe ways to remove mould. So we have put together a consolidated fact sheet for anyone wanting to know more about mould on different surfaces and natural ways of killing and removing it! Rest assured we would not clean your items with anything or anyway that we would not feel comfortable putting our own children in..... Happy reading 📖

Mould appearance

Mould is not always easy to recognise. It often looks like ‘fuzz’ or appears to be a stain, smudge or discoloration. The most common moulds are black, green or white. However, mould can be many other colours, ranging from grey to orange to brown. Facts about Bleach (Exit Mould etc) - Bleach will kill mould growing on non-porous surfaces like glass, tiles, bathtubs and counter tops. However bleach cannot completely kill mould growing in non-porous materials like drywall and wood.

Natural Mould Treatments

White distilled vinegar is effective for killing small amounts of mould. It can kill over 82 percent of mould species, it can also help prevent mould as well as remove it. Bleach and vinegar can both kill mould, but vinegar is much more effective for removing mould from porous materials. This is because bleach only kills mould spores on the surface of affected materials. Vinegar will penetrate porous materials and kill the mould at the roots. Baking Soda is a mild, white mineral powder that can be used to kill mould. It is also safe for your family and pets and besides killing it, it will absorb moisture to help keep mould away. Lemon Juice - mould and mildew become problems for many homeowners, especially in the humid, damp environment of the bathroom. ... Lemon juice helps kill and remove molds from surfaces. Lemon juice helps break down and remove mould along with white vinegar.

Definition of porous and non-porous surfaces

A porous surface allows the passing through of water, liquid or vapor. Objects containing porous surfaces have empty spaces or pores that allow external matter—like water, air and particles—to penetrate into the object. Paper, untreated wood, cardboard, sponge and fabric are some examples of porous surfaces. Non -porous surfaces include chrome, vinyl, finished wood, glass, steel. Anything that does not allow permeation of water or other liquids. So dense, thick, solid, smooth, or sealed surfaces.