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    Question Is windex reptile safe????

    Just as the title says is WINDEX reptile safe. I was just cleaning cages and was wondering
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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynboy521;4736667;
    Just as the title says is WINDEX reptile safe. I was just cleaning cages and was wondering
    My guess would be its not completely reptile safe, but Im not a chemist, also I think it would depend on how you use it. I wouldnt leave it wet in anyway, in the cage, It does give off fumes,(much more when wet) that Im sure cant be good for any animal to breath, in a confined box.
    I only use it on the front panel of my cages, which is either glass or acrylic, cleaning, inside and out and making sure I wipe it completely dry. Never had a problem.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwardo;4736754;
    My guess would be its not completely reptile safe, but Im not a chemist, also I think it would depend on how you use it. I wouldnt leave it wet in anyway, in the cage, It does give off fumes,(much more when wet) that Im sure cant be good for any animal to breath, in a confined box.
    I only use it on the front panel of my cages, which is either glass or acrylic, cleaning, inside and out and making sure I wipe it completely dry. Never had a problem.
    i was just to clean off the inside glass, etc. And yes it would be completely dried
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    Yeah its fine as long as you let it dry. I use it for my vision cages' glass all the time with no issues.
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    NO it is made with coaltars which are extremely toxic to cold blooded animals. Use bleach or vinegar instead! It is not worth the risk and I do not even use it to clean my windows because if the mist makes its way to them in the other room, it could kill them.
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    its normal. i mean- i must not be sane anymore.

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