How to Remove Hair From Baby Walker Wheels
One of the first steps to dealing with stuck hair on your baby’s walker wheels is to apply heavy-duty duct tape to the wheels. This tape attracts hair so you can use it for cutting hair clumps in half. You can also use an Exacto knife or a razor to remove the duct tape stuck hair. Once the hair is removed, simply wipe the wheel clean with a damp cloth.
A Drano solution can also be used to remove stuck hair from baby’s walker wheels. This solution will loosen the hair and make it easier to remove. You can prevent hair from causing damage by using duct tape or a butter knife to trim it into smaller strands. Next, take a pair of tweezers and pull out each strand.
If you are unable to remove the hair quickly enough you can use a clipper, or tweezers to cut off a few strands at once. Always be gentle, but firm, so that the hair doesn’t break or multiply. After removing the hair, you can lubricate the wheels with a strong adhesive to prevent them from rusting. A walker’s wheels will be protected from moisture by using a lubricant that has long-acting ingredients.
To remove the wheels, you can also use a standard screwdriver. If you don’t want to get your hands dirty, you can place the walker upside down on a desk and clean it that way. Similarly, you can use a conventional screwdriver to remove the castors. Afterward, you can clean the wheels using a dry cloth. In this way, you can save time.
If you are unable to use a cloth, you can clean the attached wheels by using hydrogen peroxide. Baking soda has antibacterial properties and can also eliminate smells. Vinegar and dish soap are also safe to use on plastic surfaces. A screwdriver, scissors and duct tape will also be helpful. The user’s manual will help you to clean your baby’s wheels.
Usually, baby walker wheels can be cleaned with a regular screwdriver. It is important to place your screwdriver between the castor’s base and the wheel’s leg. You can also use WD-40 oil to lubricate movable parts. However, make sure to use a safe and nontoxic cleaner, as this can result in an unpleasant odor and allergic reactions.
For cleaning the wheels, you can also use dental picks or fish hooks. These tools are small, sharp and usually barbed. These tools can be dangerous and could even stab you if not used with care. Dental picks, meanwhile, are thin metal pieces that can be purchased for $10. And they can be used to remove loose hair as well. After thoroughly cleaning the wheels, tighten the fasteners once more.
Although baby walkers can be difficult to store, they can be a great place for your baby while you clean them. Not only are they safe, but they are also useful for portable high chairs and snack stations. Unfortunately, baby walkers can collect hair and dirt around the wheels, so cleaning them is necessary. Keeping your walker clean and germ-free will ensure it stays that way. To clean crevices or hard-to reach places, you can use a vacuum cleaner that has a hose attachment.