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• If you can't remember how to work the stroller, use color coded stickers to label buttons and levers with instructions on how to close and open the stroller.
• Keep sippy cups upright with an old shoe organizer. Cut out two of the pockets, add velcro, and stick it to side of stroller basket.
• Tape up worn out stroller hands with tennis grip.
• Use an extra-large carabiner to hang your diaper bag, and allow you to shop handsfree. Add in a velcro loop to add multiple smaller clips.
• If hanging bags are making your stroller too heavy, add old ankle weights to the front legs of the stroller to prevent tipping.
• If stroller is hogging most of your trunk space, loop an old belt around both head rests and tighten to secure stroller upright and out of the way.
• Place an over the door hook in your garage to hang your stroller.
• Use dish soap to create a sudsy solution to wash your grimy stroller. Rinse with water, and let it dry outside.
• If canopy isn't long enough to keep sun out of baby's eyes, use a thin breathable blanket and binder clips to create shade that won't blow away.
• Loop zip ties around stroller wheels and cut excess to give your stroller more traction on slippery terrains.
• Secure stroller in a public space with a flexible bike lock.
• Add reflective tape to make your stroller more visible at night.
D ring belt
Black Velcro Adhesive Strips
White Velcro for looping Carabiner
Over the door hooks
Flexible bike lock
Large Carabiner Hook
Smaller Carabiner Hook
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