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Old 07-08-2009, 01:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Apocalyptic Dragons View Post
We strip the bark, soak in boiling hot water and bleach solution, rinse off then leave to bake in the sun (branches are to big to fit in our oven) For the bearded dragons.

For the snake were getting we were told to leave the bark on though.
just wondering why you have to leave the bark on & for what snakes, just cos i always strip the bark off for my snakes
i do the same as above with the bleach & boiling water then let it try in the sun, another thing i use other than bleach is milton, i use abit more water than they state & i rinse with water instead of just leaving it.
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