Hello! I'm new to this forum, hello to you all! I have a question for those of you that use u-haul padded fleece liners or have made them yourself :)
I am a new owner of two adorable 6-month old girls. I recently upgraded their cage to a 3x5 C&C so they have tons of room to run around!
I’ve been looking for cotton mattress protectors and the cheapest I can find are £25. I don’t really want to spend more than £10 on one but I’m struggling to find any at a decent price. Does anyone have any recommendations of where to get them at a lower price?
Also what’s better about using...
I recently made my cage liners for the first time and somewhere online that you only need to wash the fleece twice before using it to prepare it but ive found that my piggies wee is sitting on top of the fleece and is not being absorbed, the cage liner has also shrunk and no longer covers the...
I want to make my own cage liners and as I cannot buy uhaul in the uk and zorb is too expensive I’ve been advised to use a mattress protector between my fleece. I’ve found these Slumberdown Waterproof Mattress Protector but just want to double check and make sure that they will work.
I really want to make some cage liners for my piggies but I’m finding it difficult to find the U-Haul pads in the uk. I found this Removal Blanket but I’m not sure if they are a suitable alternative or if they’ll even work. Can anybody help?
I want to make the change to cage liners for my two boars, but am finding it hard to know where to look. Does anyone have any recommendations for a shop that isn’t too pricey, but have a good absorbent layer? I have a 2x4 C&C cage.
setting my boys up in c&c cages. I’m looking at making my own cage liners (probably 2x4)
I’ve been looking, and I can’t seem to figure out what exactly people are putting in the middle for the absorbent layer?
I’m guessing the top and bottom are fleece? Where is the cheapest place to get...
I'm considering making liners with zorb. I've used mattress protectors in the past but zorb is more absorbent. At the moment I'm using fleece with puppy pads underneath, but prefer the ease of a stitched liner.
For those who have cage liners with fleece either side, do you flip the liner over...
I was wondering if anyone of you have 2x6, 2x7(or bigger) fleece liners? I wanted to get a new bigger cage and I'm not sure if those big liners will fit into my washing machine and if they wont be to heavy to shake out hay. I would go with few smaller ones, but my piggies often find a...
So i'm looking for some good quality fleece for pigs but everything ranges to about $50. That's a little out of my price range and was wondering if anybody knew some good fleece cage liners for pigs with a lower price?
Currently I use reusable bed wetting pads (which have been...
My fleece cage liners have just arrived and they are the ones with the waterproof bottom, 2 questions, do I have to wick these and what's wicking and how do I do it?:P andddd, how can I make it so the liner doesn't slip about in their cage?:mal:
I've just purchased two 2x4 c and c cages... so excited...:yahoo:
I've been scrolling through the internet and cant seem to decide which place is best to get a waterproof/absorbent cage liner for each.
I'm looking for the least faff option .. lol.. and best price for item.
Any advice or...
Hello. I am going to be a New Guinea pig owner very soon. We have decided to use fleeces bedding and make some cage liners and pads.
Have been reading about using fleece how to wick it.
From what I gather I need to do the following make sure the fleece is anti-pill fleece and is 100%...