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    What do you use for pee pads?

    I will be switching to fleece soon and was wondering what people use or IF they use pee pads in the hides for the piggies. Should the pee pad be made of fleece or could I get a bunch of face clothes and just switch them out everyday? i would imagine they do lots of peeing in their hides, so i was just trying to think of something that will help keep the fleece less smelly/dirty for longer.

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    Re: What do you use for pee pads?

    Reg bath towel, or U-Haul pad.

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    Re: What do you use for pee pads?

    I use u-haul pads

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    Re: What do you use for pee pads?

    I sewed reusable pee pads with fleece on either side and a towel in the middle. They work great! In this picture you can see the pee pads under the areas where they "go" the most. They are the blue rectangles in the picture. I change out the fleece/towel pee pads daily and then change out the fleece bedding once a week.

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    Re: What do you use for pee pads?

    Quote Originally Posted by Amy262 View Post
    I sewed reusable pee pads with fleece on either side and a towel in the middle. They work great! In this picture you can see the pee pads under the areas where they "go" the most. They are the blue rectangles in the picture. I change out the fleece/towel pee pads daily and then change out the fleece bedding once a week.

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    Your cage is sooo cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinniePig View Post
    Your cage is sooo cute!
    Thank you! That's just the bottom floor. It is 3 stories. The middle floor is a small 1x2 area and the top floor is an L-shape consisting of 4 cubes. I posted pictures on the thread about showing off our guinea pig cages! The piggies love their home!!

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    Re: What do you use for pee pads?

    I use fleece on one side and uhaul pad an the other, sewn together.

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    Re: What do you use for pee pads?

    okay ty everyone. i was just wondering because i really dont want to make them myself. im not even making the fleece bedding im going to buying fleece flippers

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