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Lil Monsters Bird Toys

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  • Safety Information
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  • Dyes
  • Description
  • Mechanical birds love this one!

    Made with a 4" long thin sucker stick, this toy has two ripple beads or wavy rings that slide freely between the two 10mm wood beads that cap the ends. Fun for birds that like things that move!

    Each toy is about 4" long based on dowel availability. 

    Great for any bird that likes to use their feet, including conures, cockatiels, quakers, budgies, caiques, parakeets, and more!

    Colors and shapes will vary.

    Price is for one item. 

  • Safety Information
  • I try to be very diligent in all aspects of toy making, from the materials used to the way they are used. That being said, every bird plays different, and it is ultimately your responsibility to ensure that the things you give to your bird are safe. If you have any questions about any aspect of my toys, please send me a message. 

    For Dinosaur and embedded bead shapes:

    Some birds with long, thin beaks may get their beak inside the 7/64" (~2.78mm) hole on the 8mm beads. For these birds we recommend the 9.5mm" balls as they have no hole. This makes them also a harder wood to snap than the beads. 

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  • Quicklinks

    By default, I do not include quicklinks as people have their own preferences.

    If you would like to add some to your purchase, please see here

    Stainless Steel Hardware

    For toys and perches with stainless steel hardware included or available as an upgrade, you will receive the following unless otherwise stated. All are 18-8 Stainless Steel. 

    • 1/4-20 Hanger or Machine Bolt
    • 1/4-20 Wingnut
    • 1.5" Fender Washer

     

  • Dyes
  • Toy parts are dyed with Vitacritter, a dye specifically made for small animals and birds. The exceptions to this are black, brown, light blue. These colors are made with Americolor food gels. 

    I mix colorants with 70% isopropyl alcohol. This is because it helps the color set quickly, reducing how wet the materials get, and thereby decreasing drying time. This limits the chances for mold. 

    Isopropyl alochol also disinfects, just in case there is anything on the wood, and evaporates completely when dry. 

    Since these are water based dyes, it is totally normal for these to sometimes run when they are sprayed or splashed with water.