You could fill a cereal bowl with the Cheerios lurking in your car (but you shouldn’t).
If the ordeal of cleaning your mobile mess has taken a backseat, it’s time for an ecofriendly cleanse from CleanBeeBaby.
Founder Jennifer Beall created the convenient comes-to-you service to clean up “mold cocktails,” otherwise known as car seats and strollers. The process starts with a thorough vacuum, followed by a generous spritz of nontoxic cleaning product to break up deep stains. Scraping and scrubbing ensure no icky particles are left behind, and a final hot steam treatment kills germs and sanitizes not only the seats, but the base, straps, and clips. Bonus: Reinstallations are always completed by a certified child passenger safety technician.
Worried your goods look like a scene from Goldfish Hoarders? Relax, they’ve removed house paint from Bugaboos, cat pee from Double Bobs, and just about every combo of curdled milk and snack you can imagine.
So you can wash your hands of it.
To see schedules or make an appointment, go to cleanbeebaby.com, $20-$60.
Tag, You’re It Exhibition Opens
What: Curated by Amber Noland, this contemporary playground looks at modern art with a “child’s-eye view.”
Why: Giant dogs (“Your Dog,” by Yoshitomo Nara), fluffy cloud princesses (“Beatrice,” by Will Cotton), and gilded turntables (“Bhangra Remix,” by Jim Lambie) will have them seeing art in a whole new way.
When: Sat.-Mar. 25. Opening party, Sat., 4-8 p.m.
Where: Royal T Cafe, 8910 Washington Blvd., b/t Robertson & National Blvds. (310-559-6300).
Joanie Leeds Concert
What: Rock and roar to zany, animal-themed tunes from her newest kids’ album, What a Zoo.
Why: Unleash your little party animal.
When: Sun., 11 a.m.
Where: McCabe’s Guitar Shop, 3101 Pico Blvd., at 31st St. (310-828-4497). Tickets online at mccabes.com. Adults and children, $8; under 2, free.
Junior Biologist Program
What: Young Cousteaus (ages 7-12) study underwater friends through a behind-the-scenes tour, animal meet-and-greets, and structured activities.
Why: A little taste of the life aquatic.
When: Sat., 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: Aquarium of the Pacific, 100 Aquarium Way, at W. Shoreline Dr., Long Beach. Call 562-951-1630 for reservations. Cost is $24.