Cleaning Tools for Reptile Tubs

Cleaning Tools for Reptile Tubs

Cleaning Scraper set- three scrapers with six different tips These are a recent addition, with a couple of sets around our own reptile facility. The Redline Science cleaning scraper set includes three different scraper handles with six differently designed tips. These plastic scrapers have ergonomic, comfortable handles and are perfect for home, office, auto or warehouse. For cleaning, scraping, removing gum, decals, animal waste and all types of funk and gunk. Incredibly versatile, you’ll need a dozen to spread around … Continue reading

Chlorhexadine Gluconate, animal safe cleaner/disinfectant

This is simply the best choice for disinfecting your animal cages. Once you have mixed up your solution, just spray and wipe. No need to allow the cage to “air out” or rinse like you need to with bleach. If you haven’t already noticed, bleach and urine mixed together makes a really nasty, and toxic, eye watering combination! No such problems with Chlorhexadine. Chlorhexadine Gluconate can be used on or around your animals. [AMAZONPRODUCTS asin=”B00061MU9W,B00KABZC6Q,B00KABPVZ8″]

Reptile Water Dishes

I use only ceramic crocks, because they are easy to clean, and they are heavy enough they don’t get tipped over (very often.) I’ve been using this source for some time, and thought I should share it with you. If looking for inexpensive ceramic crocks for cheap water bowls, especially if you buy in any sort of quantity. Shipping is not bad on the first bowl, but barely increases even after adding 10 additional ones, so the more you get, … Continue reading