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    Those who get tattoos will know what I mean. It's basically the sort of spray-on, dilutable soap that is used in hospitals instead of bleach, and is used during tattooing people to wipe the tat from time to time.. Do ya think it'd be safe to clean BP cages with?

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    "green soap" OK as a cleaning agent?

    Dunno...

    I'd just used a 1:10 bleach solution.

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    I don't see why not, as long as theres rinsing. Just wipe our with a nice wet cloth.
    I never thought of that before.
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    thanks. My BF does tattoos, and we have a bunch of green soap around the house. I like the way it smells.
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    Re: "green soap" OK as a cleaning agent?

    OMG...I love that stuff it smells so good!! (i got tats) anyway I used to work with racing greyhounds & some people used that on the dogs, I'm almost positive that stuff is harmless.
    I know old post....I've been reading them all week

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    Re: "green soap" OK as a cleaning agent?

    Is it similar to the chlorhexidine used in hair salons?

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