I've been wondering about the fine art of stroller detailing lately, and how little I do it. Does anyone actually read the manual and follow the maintenance instructions, and clean their stroller? I think the last time I actually washed the Bugaboo was last summer after taking it out onto the beach. The sand gummed up the shocks and axles so badly, I had no choice but to take the rig apart and clean it out. But barring that, I guess I'm pretty content with the layer of goo, crumbs, and grime.
So if anyone has any tips, tales, or experience on quickly and easily enjoying the glorious benefits of regular stroller detailing, I'd be interested to hear it. And if I'm not the only guy who pretty much ignores his stroller's needs, I'd especially like to hear that.