The use of wet floor system was not new to me.
It was discovered many years ago during my routine BH inspection.
My observations during the many BHs visited which prompt me to use these wet floors are simple.
Those rooms that are wet seems to have more birds.
The dry rooms have lesser birds.
There was once story from a BH owner whose BH was flooded and his ground floor tenant complained about it.
When he rushed to repair the leakage he found something unusual.
The floor with those water were with many birds inside.
After repairing and drying out those water the birds went missing.
"Pak Harry I should have let the water stays as it was." his main regret.
There was one more incident in Sabah.
This BH owner converted a row of classroom into BH.
He donated a substantial amount of money to build a new building for a primary school and requested the board to allow him to take over the present classrooms that were easily flooded when it rain.
After the conversion operation he observed something strange.
Out of the many BHs he owned the one with flooded floors seems to perform the best.
This include the classroom BH.
Since these two incidents I tend to favor the deployment of wet floor system.
I thought about how to design them and the best is to use those ready cut blue canvas easily available at most hardware shop.
Get four pieces of 2"x 3" wood and form a frame about 10'X12'.
Open the canvas and staple the canvas onto the wood frame.
Make sure you staple the canvas properly and do not allow the canvas to leak.
Once that is done try to cover the pool created with fine sand about 1 inch thick.
Pour water onto the sand and allow the water level to be about 1 inch deep.
Now you can sprinkle some fresh bird shit on the water surface.
The fresh bird shit will soon create some powerful smell that is natural to those birds.
The pool of water with fresh bird shit inside provide not only water inside your BH but also fresh rotting bird shit from it.
A good way to help in getting more birds to stay inside but it also help to lure those young birds back once they have taken their first flight out of your BH.
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