i'll probably go with shower liner but should i put it on the inside or outside of the cage? if it's the outside, how would i effectively stop the water from going down the liner and below the cage? I appreciate any help.
I would go along the outside of the cage. There's less of a chance your cham will try to climb it and fall (or poke holes in it)
We actually just bought a shower liner at target for $2.30. Have not put it up yet but I was going to pin it to the wall just so the wall doesn't get ruined.
We also have contact paper that i was going to use along with some cardboard to make a divider between the cages when we get our misting system.
I use a clear shower curtain around the outside around the sides and back. I also used small dabs of hot glue.My cage sits on a bird cage stand and I tucked the extra curtain under the cage and into my drainage bucket. Works great.