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8/8/12 7:00 P

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Why doesn't she clean it with Clorox bleach, rinse it real good, let it dry, then wash again and use a Mr. Clean magic eraser and see if that helps---she needs to get rid of the mold spores.

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8/8/12 5:33 P

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I swore I read somewhere that you can use vinegar and baking soda to clean a birdbath. i can't seem to find it on the web. A friend of mine has to scrub her birdbath everyday because of the green slime and I mentioned it to her. Now i need to back up my words!

Any help would be appreciated!

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