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Last Post 13-08-2017 10:17 PM by  Sara MYLAM
Cage cleaning
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06-06-2014 11:26 AM
    I usually use F10 (I think that is the right name) but have run out. Until I order some more I wondered if there are any natural products I could use for every day wiping down that is parrot safe and eliminates the germs etc. I have a steam cleaner for "big" cleans but it is not suitable for every day use due to its size. I use vinegar round the house but don't about the birds. I bought some cleaner temporarily from the pet shop but it has turned perches pink and my wall pink when I managed to squirt it on the paint so how good is that for the birds??!! Any ideas folks? 
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    06-06-2014 11:47 AM
    Avisafe is widely available in pet shops and smells nice Vicky.
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    13-08-2017 10:17 PM
    APPLE CIDER VINEGAR is natural and safe. It's used for wiping out sprouter machines. I use F10 too my vet recommends it.
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