F10 For Reptiles?

Discussion in 'Reptiles' started by Reeferxbetta, Apr 14, 2018.

  1. ReeferxbettaWell Known MemberMember

    I have both a Russian tortoise and ball python, but I'm mainly inquiring about what people like to use on glass/plastic tanks (tortoise has a homemade wooden tortoise table type tank).
    I've always used vinegar and dye/scent free plant based soaps (rinsed really well) for all my cleaning, I've heard of using bleach but there's no way I could ever rinse my 75 gallon ball python tank well enough to trust that.
    I've been using my same methods for probably 5 years now, but I've seen some stuff about the disinfectant f10 I think, anyone use that? Is it worth it? Or should I just stick with vinegar and soap?

    Just a side note, I don't use soap on the actual tanks, just vinegar, I use the soap when food/water bowls and plastic decor get poop or other nasty stuff on them.
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 15, 2018
  2. CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    Giving this a bump up for you
  3. SpaghettiForkNew MemberMember

    F10 works wonderfully, just be sure to use the correct dilution for what you need to do. The concentrate bottles are a better deal than the pre-mixed. Even though it says you don't necessarily have to rinse I would do it anyways, hope I've helped a little :)

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