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List of BIRD SAFE cleaning supplies

Mizzely

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Are you talking around the cage or other areas of the house?

Around the cage I use F10 for disinfecting and Nature's Miracle for cleaning.

Vinegar and water (dilute 50/50 with water) if I need to deodorize something.

Bathroom I use a lot of Seventh Generation products. Unscented whenever possible.

Hydrogen peroxide and baking soda mixed into a paste and spread inside the oven as oven cleaner.

Tile floors I usually steam clean, or I use a spray mop with vinegar and water.
 

peachypjm

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Are you talking around the cage or other areas of the house?

Around the cage I use F10 for disinfecting and Nature's Miracle for cleaning.

Vinegar and water (dilute 50/50 with water) if I need to deodorize something.

Bathroom I use a lot of Seventh Generation products. Unscented whenever possible.

Hydrogen peroxide and baking soda mixed into a paste and spread inside the oven as oven cleaner.

Tile floors I usually steam clean, or I use a spray mop with vinegar and water.
what about hardwood floors?
 

Sparkles!

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With the recent outbreaks of RHDV2 all around us, we had the veterinarian rep from Virkon confirm that they are bird contact safe once dry just like F10.

With F10 becoming harder to find, I have been using the Virkon for my bird disinfect/deep cleans just like I do with the rabbits. I find that I am preferring the Virkon. It seems nicer to my skin (although due to my hand dermatitis from all the Covid hand sanitizer use I wear gloves) and doesn’t leave as much film on surfaces as the F10.
 
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