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Stackable Bird Cages

Nothing is more annoying than having to deal with pesky insects and fruit flies around your stackable bird cages or stacked bird cage. The most effective way to eliminate these creatures is to keep your stainless bird cages or stackable bird cages impeccably clean. Despite your best efforts, you can’t always eliminate these insects. Even though you may keep your home and yard spotless, this does not mean your neighbors will do the same. If your neighbors are collecting insects at their place, you can be sure they’ll make their way to your house and stainless bird cages before too long.


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Keeping Insects Away from Your Stackable Bird Cages

If it’s true that you may have to deal with insects, despite your best efforts to keep your stackable bird cages clean, what should you do? Here are a few tips:

1.       Rub oil on the legs of your stacked bird cages or stainless bird cages. If insects try to crawl up the legs to your stackable bird cages, they’ll get stuck and die. Olive oil is ideal for this purpose as it is thick and seems to last a while. But any oil will do. Simply take a small pan of oil and paint brush. Then brush a thick coat on the legs of your stainless bird cage or stacked bird cage.  

2.       If the oil doesn’t work, or if you don’t have any on hand, try placing the legs of your stacked bird cages or stackable bird cages in small pans of water. Insects and ants can’t swim for long. The sight of water is often enough to deter a colony of ants or insects from invading your parrot’s home. A word of caution: if the legs of your stackable bird cage or stainless bird cage are made from wood, don’t leave them in water long term. Over time, the wood will begin to rot.