Bean bag toys have been a basic toy in homes for many years. They usually come in the form of animals, people and other children’s objects. Unlike traditional peluches, they include small granules or pellets, often made of PVC. They have less stuffing inside, which gives each toy a trumpet squishier consistency. These toys are designed to be played with, but are often picked up by hobby lovers. For any purpose, these delicately crafted toys often need gentle cleansing to get rid of the germs or a collector to maintain the value of your collectible item.
Using an accessory with a brush can help eradicate any dirt below the surface.
Gently drop loose earth or dust off your toy before using any wet cleaning techniques. This will help protect against dirt by potentially staining and ruining your bean bag toy. Use a duster for a less dirty toy.
• Moisten a soft cloth with a small amount of warm water and antibacterial soap. Use a smooth and even movement pattern to remove stains and harmful bacteria.
• Rinse the soap from your cloth and wipe away any remaining soap residue in the toy.
• Allow your bean bag toy to air dry on the inside and away from direct sunlight to prevent the color of the toy from fading.
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