The readers at gearheadmom.com were stumped, so we're giving it a go here on Ohdeedoh. We got this email from Missy of gearheadmom. She writes: OK, so one of my readers sent me a question and I was stumped. I posted it and my readers were apparently stumped, so I figured I'd turn to YOUR readers to see if they can un-stump...
Here's a question from reader John and I have to admit I'm stumped, so I'm putting it to you, oh fabulous readers:
My wife and I bought an Evenflo high chair before my 2-year old daughter was born. It wasn't top of the line, just your average everyday high chair, and it has held together remarkably. It has been used as a climbing device, drum set, bumper car, and pretend drawbridge - and sometimes my daughter even eats in it. My problem, though, is the pad. Again, it still works, it's still attached, but the translucent cover that makes it easy to clean is long since gone. Torn off bit by bit, all that remains is the cloth part, which is now a bit grungy and hard to clean. Is there any place where I can get a replacement pad? I've checked Evenflo's website and I find nothing. Outside of buying a new high chair, are there covers that you know of? Am I the only one with this problem?
Anyone have any brilliant ideas? Are there any readers who happen to run Etsy shops solely devoted to created groovy high chair replacement covers? Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're my only hope.
Any ideas, suggestions or sources for Missy and John? Let them know in the comments below....