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    Re: Bad shed? No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by TalkBirdy2Me View Post
    I personally like the humidity hide. My boy Harley has patchy sheds... I started adding a humidity hide when his eyes turn blue... he goes in and out as he pleases...and comes out a couple days later with a perfect shed....

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    I put a humid hide in my tub as well....he never used it. He actually got 98% off, but there is just one very small patch left.

    Do I just leave it alone? Or should I try another soak?

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    Re: Bad shed? No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andiamo View Post
    I put a humid hide in my tub as well....he never used it. He actually got 98% off, but there is just one very small patch left.

    Do I just leave it alone? Or should I try another soak?
    I actually had to put Harley in the hide the first couple times... he now goes in and out on his own

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    Re: Bad shed? No problem.

    I tried doing this as well. He'll go in half way...investigate, then come right back out. I'll try again next shed. I guess I'm just wondering if I can leave that small bit of stuck shed on, or if it will come off on it's own in the next few weeks?

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    Re: Bad shed? No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andiamo View Post
    I tried doing this as well. He'll go in half way...investigate, then come right back out. I'll try again next shed. I guess I'm just wondering if I can leave that small bit of stuck shed on, or if it will come off on it's own in the next few weeks?
    One neat trick for some stubborn skin is to have a damp , rough textured towel ready and wrap the snake up in it and let it slither around for a while .. if it's head pops out just cover it up again and continue.. the skin comes of gently on the towel ..

    Works great for retained eyecaps as well


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    Re: Bad shed? No problem.

    Iíve put mine in a damp pillow case for several minutes then wipe down with a towel. Itís made it very easy to remove retained eye caps as well.


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