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PostSubject: Cleaning The Cage.   Cleaning The Cage. Icon_minitimeThu Jan 10, 2008 12:42 pm

Cleaning your cavy's cage might seem difficult and stressful, but it is all the contrary it is easy and very fast to do. All you need is a trash can, paper towel, a plastic container filled with a 50/50 vinegar and water solution and fresh beddings (whatever you use). Some pet stores sell cleaning products and they state that they are acceptable to clean your cavy's cage I will recommend you to ask your vet first to avoid any harm to your cavy's upper respiratory system. Some of these products may contain a highly amount of perfume and this can harm your cavy or it may be poisonous if by any accident your cavy digests it. I use a different methods to clean my cavies cages it all depends on how much busy I am between school and home. When I have a "free day" I clean all my cages with a 50/50 vinegar-water solution I use a broom to remove any poo or bedding, then I rinse the cages with water then I apply the same solution 1-2 times more until it looks and smells fresh to me. Then I apply the bedding food bowl water bottle and hidey houses. Another method I use it with soap (human body wash) and water I just put a little bit of it in the cage and then rinse it for a couple of minutes to make sure there is not any remains in the cage, I grab a bunch of paper towels and start drying the cages off. It takes about 2 hrs to clean all three cages I clean it once a week (every Wednesday) :D need more help? Feel free to ask me or the Mods.
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PostSubject: Re: Cleaning The Cage.   Cleaning The Cage. Icon_minitimeSun Jan 13, 2008 4:03 pm

i use vinegar too, and it does make sadie's cage smell nice and sadie popcorns all over the cage Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Cleaning The Cage.   Cleaning The Cage. Icon_minitimeSun Jan 13, 2008 10:50 pm

It does help, I used to clean the house floor with it first then use another product because I did not like too much the smell and it left the house floor sparkling Smile

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