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I have had a plastic tube nyger feeder for about three weeks, bought at Wild Birds Unlimited. I have had gold finches all over it. I just took it apart, soaked it in bleach water for a few minutes and scrubbed it with a brush. When I went to dry it, I found a film on the outside. So I soaked it in soapy water (using dish soap) in my sink for about 10 minutes and scrubbed it again. It still had a film on the outside down the plastic where the birds sit and eat. I had to take a rough cloth and scrub a lot to get it fairly clean. Any suggestions as to what this is and how to clean it off. This cleaning was harder than I want to do every few weeks. I didn't think I was supposed to use a heavy duty cleaning soap such as Greased Lightening on a bird feeder, so what else can I use. Thanks.