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Old 01-06-2013, 08:41 PM   #6
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It should wipe right off. I would follow standard seat cleaning instructions and then assess whether replacement is needed. It should wipe right off for the most part.

But again. If mold compromises the integrity of the seat or webbing at all (which I do not think it does) someone will chime in for sure.

Most importantly is to make sure that the push button on the buckle still moves fluidly and isn't sticky at all but to me it looks like between wiping with a cloth and going over with a toothbrush and a knife with a damp cloth wrapped around it it should clean right off.

I have cleaned out some pretty nasty seats in the last 9 years and only have had one seat where something got inside the buckle so far it could not be saved.

At the very worst on the true fit the buckle would need to be replaced but the entire seat (as long as its accident free and not expired) is totally fine.
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