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How To Clean Your Plus-Plus!

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Maintaining a hygienic play environment can feel like an ongoing battle for countless parents. Between messy playtimes, accidental spills, and the unavoidable fact that toys often find their way into young mouths, it's no wonder that parents seek efficient ways to clean them.

Yet, washing toys individually by hand can be a challenging task.

And, with the fast pace of daily life, parents are constantly on the lookout for time-saving solutions that maintain the well-being of their children.

So making a toy that is washing machine and dishwasher safe means -- all of the fun and none of the stress!

Below we break down how to wash Plus-Plus in the dishwasher or washing machine. 

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Washing Pieces in Mesh Bag

 

Here is a helpful visual to walk you through the steps!

 

Washing Plus-Plus Toys in a Washing Machine:

  1. Preparation:
    • Remove any external dirt or debris by giving the toys a good shake or brush.
    • Secure the Plus-Plus toys inside a mesh laundry bag or a pillowcase to protect them during the wash.
  2. Settings:
    • Opt for a gentle cycle on your machine, favoring cold or lukewarm water to avoid potential warping.
  3. Detergent:
    • Use a mild detergent. Harsh chemicals or bleach could compromise the toy's integrity and color.
  4. Washing:
    • Proceed with the gentle cycle, but avoid the spin cycle – it can be a bit too rigorous.
  5. Drying:
    • Post-wash, spread out the toys on a clean towel, letting them air dry naturally. 

    Washing Plus-Plus Toys in a Dishwasher:

    1. Preparation:
      • First and foremost, shake off any clinging dirt or particles.
      • Situate the toys in a dishwasher-friendly mesh bag or basket to keep them contained.
    2. Settings:
      • Choose a gentle or eco cycle. It's milder and generally uses cooler water. Be sure to turn off the heat dry cycle.
      1. Detergent:
        • Use your regular dishwasher detergent, but steer clear of aggressive cleaning agents.
        1. Washing:
          • Run your chosen cycle, ensuring toys are securely positioned to prevent them from scattering. The top rack usually works best.
        2. Drying:
          • Post-wash, spread out the toys on a clean towel, letting them air dry naturally.