Recent months have seen a rise in deaths of garden birds particularly among Finch species. These deaths have been blamed on a variety of bacteria and viruses that are transmitted from contaminated birds through feeding and drinking. JohnsoneUs Veterinary Products has introduced Clean eUneU Safe Bird Table a broad-spectrum viracidal disinfectant and cleaner formulated to kill viruses and bacteria commonly found on bird tables feeders drinkers and baths. It not only kills high profile viruses like the dangerous H5N1 & H7N1 strains of Avian Influenza but also deals effectively with Hong Kong Virus Rotavirus Avian Herpes etc. The handy 500ml trigger spray ready to use straight off the shelf will prove popular as more attention is drawn to the plight of garden birds already under threat from eUBird FlueU. This product fills a gap in the wild bird product range that has been overlooked by traditional disinfectants to give BritaineUs bird loving public the opportunity to lend a hand. You should be aware that bird excrement represents a potential hazard to humans particularly when found on outdoor furniture childreneUs play equipment etc. and this product offers a cheap and easy-to-use solution to the problem. The timing of this product launch is perfect as your thoughts turn to the garden again as winter gives way to spring. How to Use: Using this ready mixed disinfectant couldneUt be easier; simply shake bottle and turn nozzle to open. Spray all surfaces from about 30cm (12eS). Leave the sprayed area for a short time but do not allow the area to dry. Wipe all surfaces clean and remove any waste matter with kitchen towel. Once all bird excrement has been removed re- spray all the areas with a light mist and this time leave to dry. In areas where food is eaten e.g. bird tables feeders drinkers and bird baths etc. rinse well with clean water after the final disinfectant spray has dried. The spray should be used regularly to protect birds against disease. Effective against bacteria and viruses e.g.: Avian Influenza Virus H5N1 and H7N1 Hong Kong Virus Rotavirus Avian Infectious Laryngotracheitis Avian Herpes Virus Fowl Pox Virus Pasteurella multocida Staphylococcus aureus Pseudomonas aeruginosa Escherichia coli Salmonella typhimurium.