General Care Of Your Pram or Stroller
That times is here where the days are hot and humid and the nights are cool and dry. As we begin experiencing heat wave conditions in parts of Australia you should be careful with general care of you pram wheels.
Extreme heat can cause your wheels to expand and therefore your tyres can be damaged which can cause erratic movement during use and generally are not covered under warranty. If your pram is stored in a car, it is strongly advised to have less pressure to allow room to expand.
Wheels pneumatic tyres that require inflation should be pumped with a handheld pump and not a compressor (including service station pumps). Compressors can tend to put too much pressure on the wheel causing irreversible damage. Do not pump to more than 22psi - always check your instruction manual for suggested psi for your particular stroller.