Last Updated on by Mitch Rezman
Susan D. F. writes
Seymour was picking on the left side lip of my stainless steel sink the other day and I think she removed the caulk.
As of last night, I have water leaking out of the area whenever I turn the water on more than a tiny stream.
I need to seal it.
Is this safe to use around Seymour or is the plumber’s caulk better to use?
She hangs out on the sink whenever I’m home which is all day, every day now going forward.
My kitchen counter is the only play area I have for her.
I’d like to use a clear acrylic silicone seal so she doesn’t start chewing on it.
She may have seen a little piece sticking out and started pulling on it and eventually removed it.
There is a gap between the stainless steel and the counter where I can fit my nail underneath.
I checked with a flashlight and there is no leaking under the sink. All tubes and fixtures are dry as a bone.
I also have been having a problem with flies in the past few weeks. Every night at a certain time a mosquito makes its presence known. It is attracted to the light under the sink. If I kill it, another one appears.
These flies catch her attention.
I have no idea what’s going on.
Can I buy a no pest strip?
I am not sure if they even still make them.
I’ll have to check.
Is that safe to use around Seymour or does it emit a dangerous odor that is toxic to her?
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There are 2 types of pest strips.
Adhesive and chemical.
Neither is bird safe.
If you are the Martha Stewart of pet birdkeeping then the recipe below is for those who like to have a go at something parrot safe and not too expensive.
Coat strips of brown paper with a mixture of 120ml golden syrup, 1 tbsp dark brown sugar and 1 tbsp granulated sugar.
Hang on strings once the mixture has congealed but it still has to be out of reach of your birds.
If you’re not that adventurous try this.
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