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Child Hammock care depends greatly on the kind of material it is made of. If you have a treated synthetic material, you may be able to hose off the hammock and let it drip dry. This can be a fun parent-and-child activity. If you have a cotton or other natural fiber child hammock, you may need to hand wash it and let it drip-dry. Never put a natural fiber hammock away when it is wet or damp, as this invites mold and mildew. A smelly hammock is an unused one! Always check the instruction label for the best care practices, but remember that if your child is old enough, he or she will benefit greatly from being included in the 'care and feeding' of the child hammock.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|