If you have a fabric seat, you can vacuum it after you run errands or throw it in the wash if it has spills
or stains on it. If you have a plastic or metal seat, you can wipe it down with warm soapy water. To keep
your stroller clean for longer, leave it somewhere covered and dry when you’re not using it.
It all depends on how old your child is. You’ll need a stroller that works with a car seat for your newborn
because they can’t sit up on their own. Toddlers are totally fine to sit up, so you’ll want to choose a car
seat with plenty of storage. For more than one child, consider a wagon or a double stroller. Choose the
stroller that fits your children and budget best.
Yes! Airlines are generally very accommodating for car seats and strollers. If your stroller is fully
collapsible and compact enough, airlines will let you take it as an additional carry-on. If you have a
larger stroller or a full flight, they will check your stroller at the gate and deliver it to you at your
destination. To be safe, check your individual airline’s policy before arriving at the airport.
Absolutely! Shipping costs depend on the size of the package and in most cases anything over $120 we offer
free shipping, and Rebelstork will ship straight to your door. If you live near a Rebelstork distribution
center, pick up and home delivery options are also available.