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To clean a bird bath, put on rubber gloves, dump the dirty water, remove any contaminants, clean the birdbath with a water and bleach solution, and rinse it well. Allow the birdbath to dry, and refill it with clean water... More »

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To make a birdbath, balance a shallow basin on three rods driven into the soil, add water to the basin and place stones inside the basin. The stones provide a perch for the birds. More »

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To keep bird bath water clean and fresh, clean hanging feeders regularly, remove feed from the area when sick birds visit, store seeds correctly, and scrub the bath itself. Other measures include removing dirty water fro... More »

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Antifreeze is extremely toxic, so rubber gloves should be worn when cleaning an antifreeze spill, using sawdust or cat litter to soak up the spillage itself, before disposing of material used to soak up the liquid in sea... More »

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A common reason people wear rubber gloves while doing dishes is to protect the skin of the hands. Hot water and chemicals from dish soaps can dry out skin. Dermatologists recommend wearing gloves when working with cleani... More »

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To make a birdbath, balance a shallow basin on three rods driven into the soil, add water to the basin and place stones inside the basin. The stones provide a perch for the birds. More »

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