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Old 08-25-2018, 11:45 AM
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Re: Repainting a cage

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Sometimes, it's best to go to a car shop to get a cage repainted... They can strip the cage clean (re: sand blast the cage down) and repaint the cage with safe powder coating. That said, you need to speak with them on what colors are actually safe vs ones that are dangerous as some colors are *NOT* safe to use on parrot cages.

And...... depending on how much they charge, you might as well be better off going with a new cage. Sometimes you get lucky though and can find someone who can do it for cheap!


If bar spacing too wide, best to avoid anyway.
Often, going to an auto shop for refinishing is MORE expensive than just buying one brand new.
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Re: Repainting a cage

Hi all! Thanks for help info!!! I just bought a new cage!!!!! Safety and piece of mind,!!! I had hoped that maybe there were safe paint you could order, and do yourself.... But not worth the headache!!!! Penny is very worried about her new cage am sitting with her now in a show of support.
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Old 08-26-2018, 02:28 AM
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Re: Repainting a cage

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Often, going to an auto shop for refinishing is MORE expensive than just buying one brand new.
It really depends on the autoshop. I've heard of some doing the cages within the $70-$200 price range, which is still cheaper than buying a brand new cage that could adequately fit a macaw or cockatoo. That is, unless of course the cage is already within the $200+ range and you are buying it used... in which case, new is best anyway! I mean, if it's going to cost $200 for the cage, $200 for the paint job... that's $400 that could go towards a new cage. A free cage or an old one that you already have that's actually a good cage might be worth the auto-shop price.

For a cage for a smaller bird, not necessarily worth it to get one repainted...
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