CareFree Birdhouse Cleaner 32 oz.

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  • SKU: CF94724
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A parasite free bird is a happy bird!

Perfect for cleaning birdhouses and nesting pockets before and after nesting season.

* Sanitizes, Cleans and Removes Dirt, Soil and Debris

* Effective Against Numerous Inanimate Contaminants

* Kills Bacteria and Viruses 

Birdhouse, Nesting Pocket and Gourd Cleaner - Birdhouses are breeding grounds for parasites and spiders that feed on the newborn and young brew, and in many cases killing them. Birdhouse cleaner is designed to sink deep into cracks and crevices where parasites live and breed.

Eack pack contains Two (2) 16 ounce spray bottles

Made in the USA

Prior to the return of your birds:

Remove winter door stops and thoroughly spray Bird House Protector through each opening.

Fall and/or Spring:

Remove your Birdhouse, Nesting Pocket or Gourd from mounting bracket then remove all nesting material. Fill each of the two pails with a gallon of fresh water then add six (6) ounces of Bird House Protector to each pail. Place gourd in one of the pails of Bird House Protector let soak for several minutes prior to scrubbing. Once thoroughly cleaned remove from pail one (1) and rinse in second (2) pail of Bird House Protector. Winter door stops should be put in place before replacing gourd to mounting bracket. Wash each gourd in the same manner.

Note: Bird House Protector can be used prior to the laying of eggs. Remember that this is a very delicate time during mating; care needs to be given when spraying. Do not use during the hatching period, as small disruptions can disrupt or disturb the incubation/germination period. Bird House Protector can be used two to three weeks after feathers appear; a very fine mist can be sprayed around the baby birds, but not directly on them. Remember, this is a very delicate time in which we do not want to disrupt the nurturing behavior of the adult bird.