A big brush is essential for big jobs like cleaning large feeders or birdbaths. If you keep wild bird areas and feeders clean, songbirds will be more likely to visit, plus clean feeders and baths are healthier for backyard visitors. Songbird Essentials Bird Bath & Feeder Brush has long, stiff bristles and an easy grip handle so you can clean any birdbath or feeder better. Made from recycled materials. 5" x 8-1/4" long.
For smaller feeders or to get into feeder or birdbath nooks and crannies, try our Bottle & Tube Brush.
To avoid mold and bacteria buildup, it's important to clean your bird feeder scrub brushes and cleaning supplies on a regular basis. Simply soak them in a mild solution of mild soap and hot water for a few minutes, rinse, and air dry.
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Why Clean Your Birdbath?
Cleaning your birdbath is essential to the health and safety of your backyard visitors. Frequent cleaning helps prevent algae growth, disease transmission, and pesky mosquitoes from using it as a breeding ground. It also keeps your birdbath free of unsightly feathers, droppings, stains, organic buildup, and more.
One way to keep birdbaths impeccable is by doing a thorough cleaning by hand. First, remove all of the existing water. Do not add harsh chemicals such as bleach to kill the algae, as it will harm the birds. Clean out your birdbath with a scrub brush, such as the Bird Bath Brush and/or Bottle & Tube Brush. For soiled birdbaths, use a mild detergent or birdbath cleaner along with your scrub brush. Make sure to hose out the bath bowl thoroughly afterwards, as birds are extremely sensitive to detergents. Then refill your bath with a fresh supply of clean water.