algae-covered bird feeder on left clean feeder on right

Clean Bird Feeders | You can see the before and after here. Stain Solver is SAFE for all bird feeders, even fragile terra cotta. Copyright 2019 Tim Carter

Clean Bird Feeders – Use Certified Organic Stain Solver

My sister texted me last week asking if it was safe to soak her terra cotta, a low-strength pottery product, in Stain Solver.

“Heck yes, it’s safe. Your feeder is going to look like new.”

How Do You Clean a Bird Feeder?

She mixed one cup of Stain Solver powder with a gallon of hot water, stirred for a minute then put the feeder in the solution for several hours.

After soaking, she lightly scrubbed the feeder with a long-bristle scrub brush, rinsed it, and you see the end result. It looks like a NEW feeder.

“I was impressed how Stain Solver did most of the work – I had little to scrub!”, my sister told me a few days later after sending the before and after photos.

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How Does the Stain Solver Clean Bird Feeders?

Stain Solver cleans bird feeders using a simple and safe irreversible chemical reaction. Countless tiny pure oxygen scrubbing bubbles are RELEASED into the water as soon as you add the Stain Solver powder into hot or warm water. WATCH THIS VIDEO:

These bubbles attack the algae, mold, and mildew on the feeder. Watch the short video below to see the bubbles in action. I had poured some of the Stain Solver into a mug that was stained with cinnamon tea.

Stain Solver is color and fabric-safe. You can soak just about anything in Stain Solver and get remarkable results.

Clean Bird Feeders Before Photo


algae-covered clay bird feeder

You can clean off this algae, mildew, and mold using Stain Solver. Copyright 2019 Tim Carter

Clean Bird Feeders After Photo

clean clay bird feeder

This terra cotta bird feeder looks brand new. You can congratulate Stain Solver and yourself once you buy some. Copyright 2019 Tim Carter