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I think I remember you posting about those long circular tubes that you can buy from the Lowes or Home Depot that are for concrete that the buns like to play in.
We found some the other day and they were relatively cheap but my husband was afraid to buy them. They had several and they all had quite a bit of dust, or something all over them.
Did you have this problem when you bought yours? Did you need to clean them with something? We didnt want to bring them home and get our buns sick depending on what was on them.
That is the same kind we found at Lowe's. THey were kinda dusty.
Any suggestions on cleaning them up?
We just saw them at one store so we can look around at a few others for them. We do have access to a compressor and that is a great idea! We are going back to the store with the "dusty" ones so maybe I can find someone that works there who can tell me whats covering them.
Thank you all for your suggestions!