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Cashmere 08-27-2022 05:21 PM

Cork Wood
 
I picked up a tube of cork wood at a reptile expo today. I used a stiff dry brush on it and a few ants came off. Since I donít know what other little critters might be living inside, would a spray disinfectant like chlorhex or baking it be the best way to clean it? Thanks

Caryl 08-29-2022 01:32 PM

I would bake it. The porosity means it souks be very difficult to get to every place a bug or a pathogen could hide. It would likewise be difficult to ensure that any cleaning products were 100% gone. Baking it will eliminate the potential undesirable things in a way that's absolutely safe for your snake.

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Caryl 08-29-2022 01:32 PM

*it would be. Sorry about "souks."

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Cashmere 09-01-2022 07:20 PM

Thanks! Guess I’ll be doing some baking this weekend. ��


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