cleaning cricket pen

nick barta

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You can use any cleaner as long as you rinse it off the surfaces completely.

Many keepers use bleach at about a 1 part bleach to 10 parts water.

If you want to pay more, you can purchase products specifically formulated to clean reptile cages.

You can steam clean also with the mini hand held steam cleaners.

It all depends on how much money you want to spend, and how particular you are...:D
 

whysoez420

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You can use any cleaner as long as you rinse it off the surfaces completely.

Many keepers use bleach at about a 1 part bleach to 10 parts water.

If you want to pay more, you can purchase products specifically formulated to clean reptile cages.

You can steam clean also with the mini hand held steam cleaners.

It all depends on how much money you want to spend, and how particular you are...:D

Haha thanks bleach will probably do it. Its just a 10x8 pen so not to much to clean
 

Lathis

Chameleon Enthusiast
Dilute bleach solution would work fine if you rinse really well.

Honestly, I have always used ivory liquid dish soap in warm water to clean out all my animals' cages, and now I used it for my feeder bins too. The kind in the squeezy bottle, not the bar. It's very gentle and rinses clean. Other dish soaps leave a residue on the surface that is very difficult to rinse off (to help prevent water spots on your glasses), so I would only recommend ILDS.
 
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