It's home made, mattress protector sandwiched between fleece for main liner and towel sandwiched
between fleece for pee pads please help they pong lol x
It all stinks xHmm I have not tried fleece+mattress protector but that sounds very thin and not very absorbent judging by the mattress protectors I see locally. I would have leaned toward using the mattress protector as the waterproof base with something absorbent on top of it and then the fleece top.
Are the pee pads also stinking badly?
I really don't want to go back to shavings I might try cornFire the record my piggy liners were either fleece<Zorb>fleece or fleece<Zorb>water resistant backing material.
Neither smelled much at all and I only needed to change the Fleece<Zorb>fleece ones weekly. For extra precaution I sat those on disposal baby changing sheets but they rarely soaked thru. Zorb can be quite pricey though.
These were in a 2x5 c&c with only 2 piggies in. Smaller cages smell more and also how many pigs per cage size also factors in. Also used their loft area as a hay loft and sat a kitten litter tray there with some extra pee pads or just extra pee pads which I cleaned regularly.
Piggies pee most as they eat so around the hay area is where you will find the trouble spots are in a large cage.
Are they boys? I've heard boys can be pretty stinky!