I wash my hummingbird feeders in the dishwasher. If they're too long for
that, into the garbage they go. I prefer several small feeders scattered
around to one big feeder anyway. But my mother-in-law uses a bigger feeder,
and a long bottle brush to clean it.
On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 11:58 AM, Forest Strnad <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> How do you get the "dirt" out of the bottom of the feerer?
> How do you get the "dirt" out of the bottom of the feerer? Tooth brush
> possibly reach it all. Black "dirt" does not all come out with a tooth
> Is there some solution that helps remove the black spots.
> Rev. Forest V. Strnad
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