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    Might be worth a try. Also, make sure to clean the area where the poop was well. Preferably with a reptile specific safe cleaner. They do like going again where there is still a scent.

    Though if you move things around too much, it can affect their appetite.
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    if they fits they sh!ts lol
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    If I am not mistaken, you should be using at least a UVB fixture above the tank, that supplies the gecko with vitamins that it cannot get anywhere else.

    Your tank is definitely not too small, such as a ten gallon in which using a fixture for UVB would not be recommended, but in this case you have plenty of room for one. I suggest not skipping over this part, it is very important, and the damages caused by not using adequate lighting are detrimental and easily avoided.
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