Sand in the Wheels

Posted by: Sam

Warmer weather usually means more time at the playground or near the water. That can mean your stroller is on sandier terrain. Sand and dirt can get into the wheel housing and cause squeaking sounds or make a stroller not roll as smoothly. After strolling through sand and dirt, we recommend removing the wheels from your stroller and wiping off any dirt or sand from the wheel. You also want to make sure the wheel house is free from dirt and sand. You can use canned air to spray the dirt out, or use soap and water to clean the area. Keeping both the wheel housing and the wheels free from sand and dirt will allow for the smoothest ride!