Hello everyone! I'm looking into adopting some rats in the near future, and I picked up a secondhand double Critter Nation cage the other day. It's in great shape, but the previous occupants were ferrets. The cage smelled pretty strongly of them when I got it, so I took it outside and sprayed it down with the hose, then scrubbed with soap, rinsed, and dried it to the best of my abilities. It smells a lot less now, but I do notice a lingering smell, especially on the plastic pans. Because I know rats have a much more sensitive sense of smell than humans, and because ferrets are a predator species whose smell might feel threatening to rats, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions about the best way of removing the scent of ferrets from the cage. Thanks for any suggestions!