Stroller Therapy

Stroller Spa
Stroller Therapy

Sure, some strollers cost more than your engagement ring, but if you consider that they’re one part transport service for precious cargo and one part grocery schlepper, you’ll agree that they hold a prominent position in your family home.

We’re not saying you have to spend a fortune buying one, we’re just saying you should take care of the one you have. Something this critical to your daily routine will occasionally require repair work or cry out for some TLC. When that time comes, wheel it on over to Toronto’s Stroller Spa and treat it to a much-needed makeover.

But before you do so, call ahead, as you’ll be asked the make and model of your stroller (they also service, repair and store car seats too) so the staff can prep for your pram’s arrival. If you need more attention, they’ll come to you for door-to-door service.

If you’re just looking to clean things up, they take a head-to-toe approach to your entire stroller or car seat. They thoroughly cleanse and sanitize—even shine (no promises, but it might even sparkle)—using high-quality, eco-friendly, biodegradable and baby safe products. As the official repair service for Bugaboo and Maclaren in Toronto, they know their way around most makes and models (Phil & Teds, Mountain Buggy, UPPAbaby, Bumbleride and Peg Perego to name a few), which is particularly helpful if you’re in the market for some spare parts.

Maybe you’re selling your beloved stroller or perhaps you’re sourcing a gently used model for your growing needs? Stroller Spa can create a refreshed look and feel for either scenario—helping you close the sale or ensuring the kids are sitting pretty in a new-to-you hand me down. They also rent strollers, should the need ever arise.

You know what they say—no matter how old (or young) a model you are, a little preventative maintenance can go a long, long way.

Looking for more great TO services for moms? Check out these 8 Savvy Services for Moms in Toronto.

Tested by Alison R., Toronto

Tagged under kids, baby, gear, services
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First published 2013.06.20

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