How to Clean Kennels
Outdoor kennels and crates are a magnet for viruses and bacteria that could harm your pet. Regular cleaning of your dog's kennel is a good practice to remove messes and prevent buildup of dirt, hair and grime.
Keeping your dog's kennel, toys and surrounding area clean can help keep your pet healthy, and spare you costly veterinarian bills. Don't forget the water and food bowls as well, as these are prime spots for bacteria.
- Remove any gross buildup or physical matter prior to cleaning.
- Spray full-strength Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner directly on the surface.
- Scrubbing with a soft bristle brush or non-abrasive scrubbing pad provides agitation that will help to loosen any buildup and will ensure a thoroughly clean, residue free surface.
- Rinse with clean water.
- Dry and polish with a clean microfiber pad, non-abrasive cloth, or paper towels. For reflective surfaces, glossy finishes, polished metals and glass, this final step will leave a sparkling clean, streak free surface.
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