Mar 19 , 2019

How to Clean a Bird Bath

How to Clean a Bird Bath Quickly

Scrub thoroughly

Scrub the surface of the bath with a steel or plastic brush until the stains disappear.

Stubborn stains in a bird bath are usually caused by chemicals in rain, tap water or well water as well as organic debris. Fill the basin with a quart of water, add 1/2 cup of household bleach, then scrub the basin with a wire brush until any gunk or discoloration disappears. (Use a soft scrub brush rather than a wire brush on shiny ceramic surfaces.) Take care that you don’t splash bleach on surrounding vegetation. Rinse well to ensure the bird bath remains chemical-free. Check out these clever cleaning tips too!

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Required Tools for this How to Clean a Bird Bath Project

You’ll need a wire or plastic brush, rubber gloves and a hose.

Required Materials for this How to Clean a Bird Bath Project

Avoid last-minute shopping trips by having all your materials ready ahead of time. Here’s a list. [project-materials]

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