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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by Three Cedars Silkies, May 11, 2010.
I found this while perusing the net today and wondered if anyone has ever used it.
That bottle is so not big enough!!!!
Is that supposed to be for cars that parked under an ..."active"... tree?
Gee, what will they think of next? I never met poop that wouldn't come off with a little soap and water....
It's supposed to be for cleaning perches, cages...everything that has poop on it. It says that it "melts the poop away"...now that's what I'm talking about!!
I now use 1/2 strength vinegar in a spray bottle. Cheap and works great!
Oh, yeah. Poop Off and I go way back...
I don't use it for chicken poop because compared to other kinds of bird poop, chicken poop is a breeze to remove. We use it in our indoor bird room for budgie poop (it's like fast drying cement) and linnie poop (if you don't get that when it's wet, you either need Poop Off or a sand blaster).
Poop Off is a great product, though, if you have very stubborn, dried poop of any kind to remove.
p.s. By the way, we're still on a 16 oz spray bottle that we got so long ago I can't remember. A little goes a long way since we only use it on things that won't come off with plain water, or vinegar/water solution. Our neighborhood Petco sells Poop Off, too.
I use the stuff for my parrots cage when I can't get it out to presure wash it. They should fine a use for bird poop. It is some tuff s--t. I think it would out last external paint for a house and stands up to all elements. It is not cheep either but safe for my girl.
and I have been using a scrub brush and water all this time! Who knew?
Is it toxic?