Saturday 20th February is National Love Your Pet Day!
What better way to celebrate than with our Furry Friends Pet Guide featuring our top tips for looking after your furry friends the safe way. This guide will ensure your pets bowls are cleaned in a non toxic and safe way.
Just like the plates and cutlery we use, pet bowls need regular cleaning & sanitisation to keep your furry friend in the best of health. Pet bowls can attract all kinds of dirt and germs, and should be washed regularly, especially if they’re kept in your kitchen where food is prepared.
You Will Need:
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- Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate (Sodium Bicarbonate)
- Distilled Water
- Old Toothbrush
CERAMIC OR PLASTIC BOWL
The majority of pet bowls are made from materials designed to be hard wearing, so they’re not that difficult to clean.
To clean Ceramic or Plastic Bowls, repeat the same steps above for Pet Collars.
STAINLESS STEEL BOWLS
Stainless steel dog bowls are generally more hygienic than those made of other materials, but they can rust if they aren’t looked after properly and this is something you want to minimize for the sake of your pet’s health.
Make a paste using Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate (Sodium Bicarbonate) and a small amount of water.
Using a sponge, working the paste in circular motions, work any marks or scratches off. Rinse with water and wipe over with a microfibre cloth.
NOTE: BEFORE USING ANY OF THE PRODUCTS LISTED PLEASE READ ANY SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS TO THIS PRODUCT BEFORE USAGE.
PLEASE ALSO COMPLETE A PATCH TEST.
APC Pure does not accept any responsibility, this is a guide only.