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10 oz. Bird Repellent Gel Cartridge

$10.19
  • Safe non-toxic bird repellent
  • Use for pigeons and other perching birds
  • Lasts up to one year
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About This Product

Keep bird pests off their normal roosting areas with an application of a non-toxic, sticky chemical that makes a surface tacky and uncomfortable to birds. Birds avoid bird-proof bird repellent like humans avoid wet tar. Non-toxic and harmless to metal structures, sealed masonry and ornamental metals. Ledges, windowsills, gutters, cornices, ornamental copings and protruding beams - any surface where bird pests roost or perch. Water tanks, trees, shrubbery, shipping docks and railroad sidings, yards, parking lots, roof perimeters, air conditioners and more. Non-toxic chemical, Prevents roosting behaviors, Long-lasting material, Easy to apply, Packed 12 per Case, Sold Each.

Highlights

  • Easy to apply
  • Lasts about 1-year
  • Non-toxic bird repellent
  • Simple bird control solution for pigeons
  • This product is applicable for the following pest types: Birds, Pigeons
  • Return Policy

Product Information

Internet # 300287719

Model # BP-CART-EACH

Store SO SKU #1002531066

Additional Resources

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 11.5 in, W 2 in, D 2 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

2 in

Product Height (in.)

11.5 in

Product Width (in.)

2 in

Details

Application Type

Gel

Concentrated or Ready to Use

Ready to use

Features

Sticky

Garden Pest Location

Not for Garden Use

Indoor/Outdoor

Outdoor

Location

Indoors, Perimeter

Organic

Non-Organic

Pack Size

1

Pest Common Name

Bird

Pest Control Type

Lawn Insect Control

Primary Active Ingredient

Polybutylene

Product Weight (lb.)

1 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Safe For

Safe For Kids, Safe For Pets

Safe for Edibles

No

Safe for Pets

Yes

Spray Application Type

Gel

Questions & Answers

62Questions
caret
Q:I have a nesting problem with birds building a nest in the magazine holder under the mailbox. Any suggestions since the mailman may touch this area to place magazines in the tube?
by|Jun 10, 2024
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Q:Will it work on the top of wrought iron chairs where birds perch and poop?
by|May 18, 2024
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Q:Hello, can you apply the gel on outdoor patio carpet without ruining it?? Thank you for your response!
by|Apr 26, 2024
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A:  No , you should not apply this on carpet. Apply as follows:  Surfaces less than 4" wide, apply a ½"- in diameter bead approximately 1" in from the outside edge  Surfaces greater than 4" but less than 8" wide, apply two beads about 2" apart, beginning approximately 1" in from the outside edge; wider surfaces, apply three beads, with the third bead located about 2" in from the second (5" in from the outside).  GUTTERS, GUTTER BOXES DOWNSPOUTS: When birds nest in these areas, they clog the natural flow of water which can result in expensive roof and interior water damage. Treat the outermost tip of gutters, laying a continuous ½" bead the full length of the gutter. There should be breaks in the bead to allow water to flow into the gutters. Downspout curves under roof overhangs are occasionally the sites of nests and concentrated droppings. In order to treat the area properly, remove all nests and clean the surface before application. Apply two beads, beginning 1" in from each outside edge.  PITCHED ROOF RIDGES, EAVES, DORMERS: Treat the entire length of the roof ridges (including eaves and dormers) with at least one continuous bead of gel. Don't forget to treat the flashing where eaves and dormers join the roof. Lay a series of broken beads 2" to 3" apart. Protrusions under the eaves of a dormer require treatment because birds build nests in these sheltered areas.  CHIMNEYS: Apply gel along the outside edge of the chimney cap and along the flashing where the chimney joins the roof, a place where birds nest and seek warmth and shade. On the chimney cap, apply a single bead 1" in from the outside edge.BALCONIES. Where the tops of railings require bird-proofing, first protect the railing by covering with cloth tape; then apply gel over the tape. Also treat floors of balconies beneath railings 1" in from the outside edge. Be sure to caution residents to stay clear of treated areas. Remove the tape from the railing after the birds no longer return to the area.  MONUMENTS, CURVED SURFACES: Apply where birds have been roosting or are likely to roost.  COLUMN CAPS: Apply gel in ½" beads approximately 1" in from the outside edge of the cap and all areas adjacent to it, wherever evidence of birds is found. Remember, that besides being functional, columns and caps are designed to be attractive; therefore, neatness and attention to detail are important!  SIGNS, MARQUEES, SUBSTRUCTURES & LETTERS: Turn off all electrical current before applying gel to lighted signs. Tar flashing, as well as the rest of the deck, may have to be cleaned thoroughly prior to application (this should be considered a bailable expense). Apply gel to all supporting beams and braces above and below the sign or marquee; the number of beads (strips) will depend on both the severity of the bird problem and the width of the surfaces. It may be helpful to have representatives from the sign service company present during applications to ensure that gel is not applied where personnel will be walking. To calculate the amount of gel required to treat a sign, measure the lineal footage from one end of the sign to the other, and multiply by three for estimating purposes. Don't forget to add rods, pins or structural steel frameworks that support the letters.  LETTERING: Birds are likely to roost and build nests in these areas on the fronts and sides of buildings where letters have been mounted to spell out the company's name. Droppings make these areas unsightly.  ORNAMENTAL TRIM (i.e. "gingerbread"): Be sure to clean all droppings from the ornamental trim before applying gel to all landing and nesting areas. Remember also that in order to retain the beauty of ornamental trim, it is imperative to be as neat as possible. Since ornamental trim is usually narrow, simply apply one ½" bead of gel to surfaces where birds land.  ROSE WINDOWS, PORTHOLES: Since birds do not roost on vertical surfaces, it is only necessary to treat the horizontal roosting areas of rose windows or portholes with gel. Generally, one ½" bead along the edges is enough. Wider ledges may require two or more beads. Treat any cornice wide enough to serve as a landing site for birds. HINT: Pay extra careful attention to church rose windows when applying gel. These windows are extremely expensive to replace and are considered works of art.  BELL TOWERS & STEEPLES: Although they vary in shape and size, these areas are treated like any other pitched areas. Hire steeplejacks on an hourly basis to work on ridges and other normally inaccessible areas where rigging and ladders cannot be used. If gutters surround the tower, remove nests and debris and treat the gutters and tops of downspouts. Screening in front of bell tower openings may be required after gel application (birds will not alight on treated areas, but instead may seek shelter inside the tower itself.)  PARAPETS OR FIREWALLS - Usually capped with stone, tile asphalt, shingles, wood, tar, metal, etc., a parapet is the extension of a wall above the roofline of a structure.  SPECIAL INDOOR APPLICATIONS - Follow suggestions above to apply on natural roosting areas such as interior beams, conduits, light fixtures, joists, pipes, etc., wherever birds are roosting.  BEAMS, BRACES & STEEL STRUCTURES - Structural steel appears at many outdoor and indoor locations including aircraft hangars, loading docks, amusement park or race track decks, plant interiors, etc. Birds frequently roost in these areas. Applicators may be able to apply by walking along beams and braces with the caulking gun in hand and laying as many beads as necessary. Movable cranes and lift hoists are helpful where available. In other situations, ladders and additional equipment will facilitate application. When treating l-beams, apply to all four lips in areas of high bird concentration. The actual number of beads required will be determined by the severity of the bird problem. Apply a single continuous bead along each inside lip go structural steel or l-beam where nuisance bird problems are not intense; otherwise, lay additional beads.

by|May 25, 2024
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    Q:How do you open eat?
    by|Apr 23, 2024
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    A:  This is not an item they eat. This is something that prevents them from landing.

    by|May 19, 2024
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      Customer Reviews

      4.1 out of 5

      • 4.1 out of 310 reviews
      • 78% recommend this product
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      IT WORKS
      I have a screened in porch and the birds sit under the roof at night and in the morning, I have cleanup the handrails below. NO MORE BIRDS and NO MORE CLEANUP. Because I could not fit the tip of the tub where it needed to be applied, I put on plastic gloves and applied it with my hand. I squeezed it onto my glove fingertips and dabbed it on. I decided not to use a spray because we would smell the order if we were sitting in the screened in porch. IT WORKS
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        Nothing even remotely humane
        About this this bird-x, if a bird lands in it they will get stuck or in the case of the bird. Flip on their back and get stuck and spend the day struggle to get free or die. Glue all over the swallow. Eyes glue open, bird got stuck on it back. It was fiighting to stay alive, I thought glue traps were bad, I hope never to see what I saw today. The swallow was euthanize. Please just use wind chimes or something that won’t kill protected wildlife (Migratory Bird Act)
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          For years I have been fighting with birds roosting on the porch light and having to scrub bird po...
          For years I have been fighting with birds roosting on the porch light and having to scrub bird poop off my porch on a weekly basis. We tried everything else . Motion sensor Owls that only hoot at people, lights even wind chimes etc. Finally I found this. It works Great !
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          Bird-X product was used to keep birds off aircraft on outdoor static display at the National Warp...
          Bird-X product was used to keep birds off aircraft on outdoor static display at the National Warplane Museum in Geneseo, NY. It's very easy to apply and keeps the airplanes cleaner and more attractive to visitors.
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          We used the product around a security camera and light in front of our house. The sparrows were v...
          We used the product around a security camera and light in front of our house. The sparrows were very persistent on building on the camera and set off the motion detector every couple minutes. We tried the scented repellents, none worked. The gel worked immediately!!! Great product!!! Easy to use!!
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          5 found this review helpful
          Is a terrible experience with the birds..... the gel is sticky and the bird gets stuck and falls ...
          Is a terrible experience with the birds..... the gel is sticky and the bird gets stuck and falls and dies. very unpleasant. it works to stick the aluminum foil and that if it drives away the birds....
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          Perfect for Balconies
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          Seems alright, have used it yet
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          I had small birds nesting, resting, and roosting in a metal carport cover. I used very thin ribbons of the gel - much less than the amount recommended for pigeons. Just enough to make the little birds feet sticky. Results were immediate. It’s been about two weeks now with no bird droppings on my vehicles.
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