So after seeing part 1 and part 2 you guys are probably wondering what there is left to clean now that Munchkin's cage and playpen are clean. Well...
As you can see, I create a large mess in my cage cleaning process.
The first thing that I do now is wash Munchkin's litter scoop (yes it is shaped like a ferret, which is because Petsmart was out of bunny shaped scoops when I bought it.) Anyway, I wash that and the scoop for his food. And I obviously thoroughly rinse and dry each one. Oh and I always do the litter scoop LAST.
Then if his hay bin is almost empty, like it was this week, I clean that up too. First I take any good hay out and set aside. Then I am left with a boatload of teeny tiny little shredded bits of hay that Munchkin won't eat and I wouldn't let him because it is just like dust. So I dump the hay dust in the trash.
Then I vacuum out the bins that I store all of his supplies in because they tend to get food and hay in them, since I sometimes spill a few pellets when I scoop his food in the morning:
And after all this cleaning, and a week of sweeping out Munchkin's cage in the morning, the broom is dirty.
So I vacuum it off really well. (After too many pieces of hay get stuck in the bristles of the broom it doesn't sweep very well so I like to vacuum them off really well.
Then since the floor looks as if I was using hay for confetti, I vacuum the floor.
Then I just put everything away and I am completely, finally finished!