Bird Repellents

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Bird Repellents come in two formats, liquid and gel. Liquids are sprayed on to a surface using a garden pump sprayer (not supplied) and create a tacky, "wet-tar" like surface, on which the birds don't like landing. Gels are applied using a cartridge gun (sold separately), in parallel beads, which skin but never set, presenting a jelly-like, unstable surface on which birds don't like to land. So if u want to get rid of birds use these Bird Repellents.
Bird Repellers like Liquids and Gels are bird prevention products that are designed to prevent birds perching or roosting. Gel is normally used to prevent birds landing on solid external surfaces such as window sills or architectural features and is applied using a mastic gun (caulking gun). Liquid is a less viscous version of the same product allowing the user to spray or paint the liquid onto larger or more difficult to treat internal areas via a pressurized spraying device.
Bird Liquid is a non-toxic formula that makes a surface sticky and uncomfortable to birds. Keep bird pests off their normal roosting areas with an application of Bird proof Bird Repellent, Keep bird pests off their normal roosting areas with an application of Bird proof Bird Repellent, 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. It's non-toxic, and harmless to metal structures, sealed masonry and ornamental metals. Apply at ledges, windowsills, gutters, cornices, ornamental copings and protruding beams - any surface where bird pests roost or perch.
Use bird repellent gel on linear areas:
"Long lasting, non-toxic, tacky bird repellent gel
"Easy to apply
"Maintenance free
Use bird repellent liquid on large surface areas:
"Non-toxic liquid makes a surface sticky and uncomfortable to birds.
"Effective for up to a full year or longer
For more information, click the link below:
http://www.usabirdcontrol.com/
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Author is an executive with Bird control issues. More information on http://www.usabirdcontrol.com/ >USA Bird Control is available on their website.

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This article was published on 2010/10/22