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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by roche477, May 18, 2009.
What is the best way to sanitize a styrofoam bator (Little Giant) after hatching?
Mine's a styrofoam Hovnabator, I fill a spray bottle w/bleach and water & spray it down good, then let it dry in the sun.
I use shelf liners during the hatch so it's an easy cleanup.
Me to I clean mine with bleach and leave it in the sun...
I like the shelf liner idea....
Oooooo, I like the shelf liner idea!
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I cleaned mine with bleach water, let dry in the sun but it still had a strong bleachy odor. Somone on here suggested using peroxide to clean to avoid the strong smell. Someone else said use vinigar to wipe down after bleaching to neutralize the bleach odor. I sprayed mine with Lysol (I spray everything with Lysol, including my kids LOL) too.
Weak bleach solution with dawn dishliquid. Have never had a strong smell of bleach leftover. A tablespoon of bleach goes along way in sanitizing a bator. Rinse well and set in the sun to air dry.