Whatever Wednesday: The Carsick Edition

Whatever Wednesday is when we explore all the different ways that What-EVER spray can be used around the house. It is an amazingly versatile little workhorse and because it is so safe and friendly, the uses are endless. If you'd like to share the unique ways you use What-Ever in your life, post a link in the comments or email me and tell me about it. kate at cleanhappens dot com

Poor little 4 year old daughter had some pukey issues on the way home. I will spare you the before pictures. You're welcome. (though you know I took them!) Let's just say it was post pizza lunch/Ted Drewes dessert. It was messy and stink stink stinky. This particular car seat has been a great seat, but it has one fatal flaw. The cloth padding part does not remove easily at all. Like, at all. (If I am totally wrong and you know the secret, please share!)  So, the only way to clean it is the "wipe with a damp cloth" method.

Darling Mr. Frowzy tackled this job with a little pail of slightly diluted What-Ever and a wash rag. Not bad, eh?

Carseat post-puke cleanup

And as you may know from past college experience, you have to get the puke cleaned up well or else the sun baking that stink in an enclosed car can be lethal.  No problems there, either.

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We keep a bottle of WhatEver in the car, it’s in our “oh oh bag”. With 3 yr old twins, we unfortunately have had car sick issues too. And it’s impossible to get the fabric off the car seats. WhatEver has worked really, really well! No smells after, so we know the seats are really clean. It’s great stuff!

Nicole LaFlamme

I keep a bottle in my car, too! You never know when you’re going to need it!


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