homemade bird cage cleaner - the commercial stuff is about 25 bucks - make it yourself for $1 or less per bottle with 1 T baking soda,1 T lemon juice and 1 c water in spray. also I am going to start making lemon juice ice cubes so when I have old lemons I can freeze the juice for use in this recipe later.
Need a standout piece for a lonely tabletop? Add personal touches, like a group of treasured collectibles, to the birdcage of your choice. For example, we filled one cage with rustic, globetrotter accessories, and we filled another with a hodgepodge of just-because-we-love-them trinkets. Go with items that speak to you—and you’ll definitely have others talking. Tip: To help minimize the height of a tall birdcage, hang a pendant or other bauble from the top.
Orioles in an Instant | Birds & Blooms: "You don't need a special feeder to invite orioles to your yard this spring. Just take an old suet cage feeder and fill it with oranges instead. The orioles will love this special treat!...Try putting grapes or berries in a suet feeder to see what feathered friends you can attract."
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