Whether for a longer or shorter period of time, a wheelchair is sometimes exposed to enormous stress during use. Regardless of whether it is used on the road, on vacation on the beach or on rough terrain, a wheelchair is often required. It is therefore very prone to malfunctions or wear and tear, in which case the wheelchair may squeak. However, this does not necessarily mean that you have to replace the wheelchair. Maintaining or servicing a squeaky wheelchair is easy and requires little effort.
Instead, it makes sense to maintain a squeaky wheelchair so that it can be used for as long as possible. Proper care and maintenance of a wheelchair can save you time-consuming repairs and thus money. The following article provides helpful tips for caring for a squeaky wheelchair. This often doesn’t even require a lot of manual skill, just an attentive eye and a step-by-step approach. Small improvements often help to make the wheelchair look like new.