Can i really use vinegar to verbs the hold?
really is it safe for my hammy?
When I use it, I water the white vinegar down (maybe 2/3 water to 1/3 vinegar) and scrub with a brush. Then I breed sure to rinse it really well. You won't be able to smell the vinegar when it it totally rinsed and dried.
It is cheaper than cleaner, keep the cage smelling better for longer, and it is safe for the animals.
Yes, use regular white vinegar (it's if truth be told clear though) and not apple cider vinegar though. It non-toxic and helps eliminate odor and kill microbes.
EDIT: The reason to use white vinegar as opposed to others is that it doesn't contain much, whether any, sugar or other components that can remain on the cage bars after cleaning. But if you rinse near water thoroughly, it doesn't matter what kind of vinegar you use. Lower pH vinegars will do a better living of cleaning (they're "harsher" on the dirt/bacteria) and white vinegars usually have the lowest pH.
EDIT #2: "Natural" vinegars have equal active ingredient (acetic acid) that other vinegars do, they just have spare inactive components like colorants and sugars/salts. The cheap jug white vinegar will work a moment ago fine for cage cleaning - it's just acetic acid, marine, and salt. It doesn't have anything in it that the "natural" ones don't.
yea you can use pure vinger i like using this one stuff call petastic it is harmless to the animals and people.. works wonders on the smell and stains.
yeah, use it