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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HOUSE RABBIT Q & A > litter box cleaning
Last Post by ripley294 at 9/02/2012 6:20 AM (4 Replies)
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User is Offline ripley294
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9/01/2012 11:22 AM

i have had a few litter boxes and they just keep getting worse and worse  the only thing that works is soft scrub but then that makes small scratches and makes it even dirtier.  dose any one have suggestions thanks for your help 


User is Offline Amys Animals
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9/01/2012 11:42 AM

Have you tried vinegar and water? Let it soak for a little bit and then come back and scrub it. It should be clean then. Vinegar works so well for cleaning just about everything.

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User is Offline Monkeybun
Hillsboro, Oregon
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9/01/2012 12:44 PM
Agreed, let it soak in a vinegar/water solution for a bit, and it should wash out much easier

User is Offline RabbitPam
South Florida
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9/02/2012 2:07 AM
You can pour some white vinegar, undiluted, into the bottom and particularly on the hard-to-clean areas in the pan. The take some plain baking soda and sprinkle it on the vinegar. It fizzes for a minute. Let it soak for another minute or so. Scrub the area next with a cloth (paper towels shred) and you'll find that the tough spots will start to come up. Then rinse the whole thing out and keep rinsing until all soda and vinegar residue is completely gone. Do this each time and your litter pan will soon be almost like new. If you get a new one, do this lightly each time and it won't get the build up in the first place.
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User is Offline ripley294
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9/02/2012 6:20 AM
thanks it really helped i should of taken before and after photos
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