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This is what I use to clean cages

Want clean cages? Get a powerful steam cleaner which is at least 1500 watts, it will blast all the dirty bits off your cages for you, no more scrubbing ever again .

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I wish I had that while I had the lories I'm assuming to get stubborn bits off you just hold it closer?

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That is right, the closer you get with the steam gun the more powerful blast, it'll remove all those tough stubborn stains without you having to break a sweat. There are different fittings you can attach onto the steam gun. I use the high pressure nozzle and that blast all the nasty bits off the cage bars which I can't normally do with a cloth. It's also very bird safe, no chemical is needed, it just water


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I need me one of those!!
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I must keep this in mind for when I get my next Parrot! That would be super handy because it would get all of the gunk off of the cages and sterilize the cages at the same time. Awesome ^_^



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