POOP-OFF BIRD POOP REMOVER | 32oz
POOP-OFF BIRD POOP REMOVER | 32oz
Poop-Off Bird Poop Remover Spray instantly dissolves bird droppings off nearly everything. This is the number one selling bird dropping remover in the world. Poop-Off Bird Poop Remover can remove new and old droppings and can even alleviate stains from clothing, upholstery and carpet. Care for your bird by keeping her environment pristine with this incredible cleaning solution. This bird poop remover will instantly dissolve bird droppings to safely clean washable and painted surfaces, fabrics, and foods. This formula is free of solvents and orange oil and is non-toxic and biodegradable
Directions For Use:
- – Spray on soiled surfaces.
- – Use a cage scrub pad, cloth or sponge to wipe up mess.
- – Filtered Water
- – Active Enzymes
- – Surfactant
- – Avian Safe Fragrance
The Poop-Off Bird Poop Remover spray is one of our hands-down favorites and it’s sure to be yours too! There’s no match for its ability to clean bird droppings, splattered and regurgitated food, hand feeding formula, bug residue and blood off everything from cages to carpet, perches to pottery.
Uses no solvents, no orange oil only 100% bird-safe active enzymes, filtered water and surfactant. You can even use with birds inside cages and on play perches. Biodegradable. Made in USA.
In general, a bigger cage is better for birds as it provides more space for them to move around, exercise, and spread their wings. However, the size of the cage should also be appropriate for the size of the bird. A small bird does not need as much space as a larger bird, so it's important to choose a cage that is proportional to your bird's size.
Additionally, the quality of the cage is also important. A cage that is made from safe and durable materials, with sturdy bars and secure doors, is essential for the well-being of your bird. A cage with plenty of space and adequate facilities, such as perches, feeders, and toys, is essential for the physical and mental health of your bird.
The size of the bird cage you need depends on the size of your bird. Here are some general guidelines:
For small birds such as canaries, finches, and parakeets, a cage that is at least 20 inches in length, 20 inches in width, and 20 inches in height is recommended.
For medium-sized birds such as conures, lorikeets, and cockatiels, a cage that is at least 24 inches in length, 24 inches in width, and 24 inches in height is recommended.
For large birds such as macaws, African greys, and amazons, a cage that is at least 36 inches in length, 36 inches in width, and 36 inches in height is recommended.
It's also important to consider the bar spacing of the cage. The bar spacing should be no wider than the bird's body, to prevent it from getting stuck or escaping. Additionally, the material of the cage should be safe and durable, to ensure the well-being of your bird.
Remember, these are just general guidelines, and it's always best to consult with one of our avian experts here at Dallas Parrots to determine the appropriate size cage for your specific bird.
The best material for a bird cage depends on the specific needs of your bird. Here are some of the most common materials used for bird cages and their benefits:
Stainless Steel: This material is durable, easy to clean, and does not rust, making it ideal for outdoor use.
Powder-Coated Steel: This material is durable, easy to clean, and comes in a variety of colors, making it an attractive option.
Aluminum: This material is lightweight, durable, and does not rust, making it ideal for travel.
Wrought Iron: This material is heavy and durable, making it ideal for larger birds that may try to escape.
Plastic: This material is lightweight, easy to clean, and comes in a variety of colors, making it an affordable option.
Regardless of the material you choose, it's important to ensure that the cage is made from non-toxic materials that are safe for your bird. It's also important to ensure that the cage has sturdy bars and secure doors to prevent escape and ensure the well-being of your bird.