I recently took my banged up Maclaren Quest Sport Umbrella Stroller to visit Liz at Stroller Spa, a brand new business in West Toronto. First off…for anyone looking for an Umbrella Stroller, I highly recommend the Maclaren Quest. It’s lightweight, durable, and I love that it reclines in case your little one falls asleep. I love my stroller so much that I took it everywhere, and it was starting to look a little rough around the edges. Food stains, dirt on the hood from being folded up in my trunk, worn out wheels from many park visits as well as the occasional coffee spill.
I picked my little beauty up two days later and she looked brand new! Liz uses only the finest, eco and baby-friendly products available.
This is a fantastic service for anyone wanting to sell their stroller on Craigslist etc…who wants to buy a second and stroller that actually looks second-hand? Stroller Spa is also a great option if you’ve been lucky enough to get a free hand me down stroller that just needs a little TLC to bring it back to life.
Did I mention that Stroller Spa also cleans car seats?
Is your stroller in need of repair? Liz is an avid cyclist and very mechanically inclined. Stroller Spa is an official service center for: BOB/Britax, Bugaboo, mountain buggy, phil&teds, and Uppa Baby Stroller Repair. They have many spare parts and close ties to the manufacturers to make sure you get the materials you need. Here’s a list of just some of the repairs that they make:
- Brake Repair
- Flat Tire Repair
- Chassis Repair
- Suspension Rebuild
- Rivit Replacement
- Major Rust Removal
- Handlebar Foam Re-Wrap
- Fabric/Upholstery Mending
- Spare Parts order and installment for broken or missing pieces
I highly recommend this local business who will breathe some new life into your beloved stroller!
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