Bird Free Fire Gel (Pack of 15)


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Description

The Bird Free repellent gels are ideal for anyone with a recurring pigeon, or bird, control problem. They are quick and easy to use, and highly effective - as long as you follow the recommended spacing guidelines for maximum efficiency. This pack of 15 bird repellent gels is a discreet alternative to other bird control measures, such as nets and spikes, and they last for more than three years making them extremely cost-effective. 

  • Ready-to-use bird repellent gel dishes from Bird Free.
  • They can be used on a range of surfaces and can be stuck in place with silicon.
  • Keeps pigeons and other birds away from man-made structures.
  • Quick and easy to install with no mess and no decanting from a cartridge.
  • Discreet low-profile alternative to spikes and netting.
  • Cost-effective with one case treating up to 4 linear metres.

Installation

  1. Before application clean the site thoroughly, removing all nests, faeces and bird matter.
  2. Once completely clean affix the gel dishes to the surface, ensuring it is completely dry, following the guidelines outlined below:
    1. Low pressure (day roosts): 250mm
    2. Medium pressure (night roosts): 200mm
    3. High pressure (nesting sites): 150mm
  3. According to Bird Free, the dishes remain effective for a minimum of three years. If you notice that birds are returning after this time then follow these steps again.

Fix dishes as shown below:

Low pressure/day roosts:
25cm (centre to centre)
Medium pressure/night roosts: 20cm (centre to centre) High pressure/nesting sites:
15cm (centre to centre)

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