Bird Cage Cleaning Products & Accessories
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Whether you have one parrot or an aviary full of budgies, keeping their environment clean is essential for a bird's health and wellbeing. Keep bird friendly disinfectants and bedding materials on hand so it's easy to stick to your cage, coop or aviary cleaning schedule.
To learn more, read Common bird illnesses and how to avoid them.
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|Mini Hemp Bedding||Made from 100% renewable hemp which is natural, biodegradable and compost friendly, this bedding is low dust and highly absorbent.||Recommended for: chicken coops, bird cages, aviaries & small pet enclosures|
|Vetafarm Avicare Ready to Use Spray||This hospital grade disinfectant is gentle on birds but tough on germs, it kills harmful bacteria, viruses and fungi on contact.||Recommended for: cleaning all bird environments & equipment|
|Hartz Bird Cage Liners||Reduce mess in the bottom of your bird's cage with this super absorbent liner which locks in moisture and odour.||Recommended for: bird cages & small pet enclosures|
How often should I clean my bird's cage?
For most birds, a weekly deep clean is a good rule of thumb. If your bird is messy you may need to clean more often, for some smaller bird species you may only need to deep clean fortnightly or monthly.
- Wash food and dry food and water bowls, bird baths and accessories where droppings have accumulated.
- Wipe down surfaces and replace cage liners or newspaper.
- Sweep or vacuum the areas surrounding the cage for debris and feathers.
- Clean and rotate toys and perches.
- Remove and scrub the tray and grate at the bottom of the cage.
- Scrub the whole cage including bars and base, paying attention to cracks where bacteria may breed.
When cleaning your bird's cage and accessories, ensure that you thoroughly rinse off all soap or disinfectant and only return items to use when they are fully dry to avoid mould growth.
Want to know more, check out our Beginner's guide to bird care.
Author info: Teagan Lever - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian
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