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Cage Line Size

Dana95

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Hello ☺
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 way to get under them and pee on the coroplast , so bigger one would be better. Thank you for your tips
 

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Hello ☺
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 way to get under them and pee on the coroplast , so bigger one would be better. Thank you for your tips
I have a 5x3, and it is not too heavy to shake out, nor too big for my machine. I make mine myself, and use fleece with a bed liner underneath.
 

flowerfairy

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I have a 10 x 2 cage but use a couple of smaller liners for easy cleaning and leave some of the cage as bare lino.

I also use vet bed which seems to stay down quite well. My biggest liner is 5 x 2 and is fine for the washing machine once I have brushed it and out it into a horse wash bag.

Their beds help to hold the cage liners in place.



they also have a hay tray area

 
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