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So on the drive, my tiel just recently discovered he likes to mutilate cilantro! Which is great, but he looks like he's turning into the hulk starting with his beak ? how can I get his beak clean so he doesn't look like a mutant?
 

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It fades off eventually. Most birds after eating rub their beak on a surface to clean it off, so it'll fade soon :)
 

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Hahaha :D I can always tell who's been eating which veggie by the colour of the stain on their beaks, lol.

It will come off after he takes a drink/wipes his beak to clean it. It could take a while if it's really stained :D
 

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Best regards, Noekeon & Kana!
 

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My youngest is a whiteface pied and his whole front was stained yellow for months because he was such a messy formula eater lmao! Food stains look a bit unsightly, but it does fade after a while. At least he's a healthy baby who eats his veggies!
 

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Joey is such a dainty nibbler when it comes to veggies that his beak rarely gets messy. However, before he learned to navigate his cage, his belly was lavender from his grape mineral block. :D He now has a pineapple one which wouldn't stain as bad if he would drag himself across it.
 
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