Cleaning Cricket Tubes

Discussion in 'Chameleon Food' started by pascalsmomma, Dec 6, 2017 at 9:22 PM.

  1. pascalsmomma

    pascalsmomma New Member

    I have fallen in love with my cricket keeper. I am now able to keep crickets and very few die. I have a small cricket keeper and get approx. 30 large crickets at a time.The only thing I dislike is how annoying it is to clean between batches of crickets. The clear plastic part is very easy to clean however it is somewhat difficult to clean the black tubes. I have been soaking them in hot water and then using a soapy paper towel to try to wash inside of
    the tubes. Is there a more efficient way to do this?
     
  2. Kaseabra

    Kaseabra New Member

    Try using a baby bottle cleaner. They're super cheap at like any department store in the baby section.
     
  3. Setth

    Setth Member

    If it's cricket keeper from exo terra, tubes can be dismantled easly.
    If it's not, that baby bottle cleaner, as recommended by Kaseabra is best solution i think (y)
     
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