The cage my sister got has a little trap door that is supposed to help by allowing us to just sweep everything to the center. We'll see...<quoted text>
Get a cheap brush/dustpan combo, take everything out including the pig, scoop it in to a garbage bag or a couple grocery store bags, put in new bedding. When the cage bottom starts getting wonky stains from the pee, get a spray bottle and mix white vinegar with equal parts water, spray the cage and wipe it down really good and let it dry. Seriously, when I had 5 guinea pigs and a HUGE cage, it took me like 10 minutes, once a week.
And I'd read about the 50/50 water/vinegar solution for cleaning. Glad to hear that it really works.
He's a crazy little thing, not quite full grown. He seems to spend a lot of time sitting in his food bowl. And even though we've youtubed guinea pigs sounds, we're still not sure if when Lulu holds him, if he's loving it or freaking out. We'll have to take another listen, I suppose.