CLEANING YOUR RABBIT'S HOME
Part of providing the correct environment for your rabbit includes ensuring that their living space is safe and hygienic. A dirty living area can cause health problems, such as respiratory conditions, sore hocks/feet, urine burns, and dirty bottoms which could lead to Flystrike. 
- Use wood shavings or shredded paper for their toilet area, or a litter tray filled with non toxic material. Place a sheet of newspaper underneath for added absorbency and to make it easier to clean. If you use a litter tray, ensure it’s big enough for your rabbit to fit their whole body in. 
- Clean their home daily, removing and replacing any wet/dirty bedding or shavings, cleaning and refilling their water containers, and removing any uneaten fresh foods. 
- Give the whole living area a thorough clean at least once a week, or as necessary, wiping down with hot water. Using a bit of vinegar can help to remove urine. You can use a pet-friendly disinfectant, but make sure to rinse it off really well and allow it to dry before letting your rabbit back in. Change bedding and shavings, wash food and water containers, and clean any soiled toys or furnishings.  It’s a good idea to leave behind a bit of unsoiled bedding so that their familiar scent remains. 
- Clean out litter boxes as often as necessary, and do spot cleaning on any small messes or spills.