Common questions

How do you clean bird poop off a convertible top?

How do you clean bird poop off a convertible top?

If the droppings are relatively fresh, the best thing to do is to quickly wipe off as much as possible with a damp lint free cloth, being careful not to spread it across the soft top during the process. After that, spot clean the area with the Renovo Fabric Soft Top Cleaner.

Can you jet wash a soft top?

To properly clean a convertible top, spray it down with a hose or a pressure washer. If you use a pressure washer, just remember to hold it about a foot away so that the pressure isn’t too strong. Fortunately, the water should remove about 70 percent of the dirt and dust.

What kind of cleaner is safe for birds?

Lemon juice may not seem like an attractive ingredient to all bird owners, but is completely safe for birds and contains natural enzymes that act as a disinfectant to kill bacteria and help break down organic material. It can be purchased at just about any grocery store, or you can juice lemons to make your cleaner extra fresh.

What’s the best way to clean a bird cage?

Spritz surfaces of the birdcage with the cleaner and wipe clean. Once the surfaces are clean, thoroughly rinse with plain water and dry. Although this cleaner is safe for birds, it’s always best to rinse and dry any cleaned surfaces for the comfort of your pet.

What should I do if my birdbath is full of water?

The clear water and full basin can quickly attract thirsty birds, but the high chlorine levels in the water can be fatal. Instead, drain the water immediately. Avoid dumping it directly on grass or plants, but feel free to dump it on weeds or in an unused area of your yard.

What’s the best way to clean moldy bird feeders?

Dishwasher – Lastly, you may also be able to use a dishwasher. This method is quick and easy but is only recommended for general cleaning. Do not use for moldy feeders that need scrubbing. You should also ensure that your feeder is dishwasher safe before doing this; otherwise, your feeder could melt.

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Ruth Doyle