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Old 13-10-2013, 08:00 PM
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Default Viv cleaning and eggs

Hi,

I posted the below question in the habitat section and was advised I might get more advice in this main section.


Hi all,

I have recently cleaned my Electric Blue Day Gecko viv out, the problem is I live in a hard water area and have that annoying build up on the glass.

Ive heard that using lemon juice is good to remove this.

My question is would this be ok to use with two eggs attached to the glass? I know it probably is a silly question but this is my first time with eggs and I dont want to do anything that could compromise them.

Thanks in advance


I also have a question in the breeding section if someone could help

http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/forum...-blue-day.html
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