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View Poll Results: What should I do with this ancient (but still wonderful) sandbox that hasn't been used in 3 years?
Clean the sand out and put in new sand. 8 100.00%
The sand should be fine. Just clean out the spiders, spider webs, and millions of dead earthworms. 0 0%
You used it for your dogs to dig in? Ew!!! Spiders and dead worms???? Nasty! Get a new sandbox!!! 0 0%
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#1 of 1 Old 04-02-2010, 04:45 PM - Thread Starter
 
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So, I have a sandbox we got for our one of our dogs when we first adopted her 6 years ago. She used to like to dig so the box was used to re-direct her behavior. It worked great, but she is older and it hasn't been used in over 3 years. It has a lid so I was wondering what the sand was like inside as our DD is a year old, and it may be fun for her to use.

I took a look today. There's spider webs, some debris and a hole lot of dead dried up earthworms.... So I'm wondering what I should do to prep it for play?

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