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    Paper towels with a separate laybox are much easier for breeding geckos in my experience. I don't like hunting around for eggs that get buried in eco earth, they could be anywhere!
    Help! Crested Geckos! 0.1.Leachie, 2.1.1 Gargs, 1.0 Chahoua, 2.1. Blue Tongue Skinks, 1.1. White Lined Geckos, 1.3. African Fat Tails, 2.2.0 Tokay Geckos, 1.0. Giant Day Gecko, 2 tarantulas

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    I just switched to shelf liner and I like it so much more than paper towels. It looks better and it's a lot easier to clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grublet View Post
    I just switched to shelf liner and I like it so much more than paper towels. It looks better and it's a lot easier to clean.
    It is much easier to clean, and I agree it looks better too!

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    Suggestion for those who do not like the look of white paper towels, you can use black napkins from any party supply store. I use the ones that are 6" squares and come in packs of 150 for $5. Been using them for years and no issues with dye or impaction. They blend in and look great, plus easy cleanup.

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