Sticky Car Seat Buckles and Car Seat Safety

By: Lydia Ortiz
Owner of Stroller Spa Austin and
Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician
The massive Graco recall announced this week has the media and the public talking about sticky car seat buckles. What should you do if your child’s car seat buckles feel sticky? Here are some do’s and don’ts

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of car seat maintenance and safety to guide you.

1) Check your owner’s manual for troubleshooting information.
2) Clean out your child’s car seat buckle regularly, especially if your child eats or drinks while in the seat.
3) Keep your car seat clean and maintained according to the seat’s owners manual.
4) Call the manufacturer if the problem persists.
1) Never, ever, lubricate the buckle of your child’s car seat.
2) Do not use chemical-based cleaners like bleach or spray cleaner, as they could damage car seat parts and materials.
3) Do not cut or alter the harness strap webbing unless you plan on discarding the seat immediately.
4) Never allow your child to ride unrestrained, unless he or she meets your state’s requirements for lawfully riding outside of a car seat or booster.
Stroller Spa owners are Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians. Please feel free to set up an appointment for help with sticky buckles or any of your baby gear maintenance needs.
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