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What types of cleaning products are safe to use on my bird cage?

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You should look for non-toxic biodegradable products to help remove bird waste safely. I use a product called ****-off Bird **** Remover.****-Off-Bird-****-Remover.aspx

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There are products named "seed catchers" and "seed guards" which one can purchase or mak. oneself

Just use your favorite search engine (Bing, Google, Yahoo Search, etc.) and enter these search phrases (separately), using quotation marks as shown:
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