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Bird-B-Gone Introduces Bird-OFF Clear Gel

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The new pest bird deterrent is an oil-based product.

| March 26, 2013

MISSION VIEJO, Calif. – Bird-B-Gone has announced the arrival of Bird-OFF Clear Gel,an oil-based pest bird deterrent.

Bird-OFF Clear Gel is a bio repellent gel created as an efficient and economical means of deterring pest birds. Birds have a natural distaste for sticky things, making Bird-OFF Clear Gel ideal for any surfaces birds may congregate or roost on, including pipes, HVAC units, conduits, I-beams, and ledges. The gel is heat-resistant, non-corrosive and easily applied utilizing a caulking gun. Once in contact with Bird–OFF Clear Gel, birds are presented with a smell and texture they don’t like and are then trained not to touch the gel and not to return to the area.

As a bio-pesticide, Bird-OFF Clear Gel is a humane method of deterring pest birds and can be used by both commercial and residential clients, Bird-B-Gone reports. Bird Off Clear Gel utilizes a three-fold approach; deterring birds with its smell, taste and texture. Upon contact with the gel, birds are still able to fly and walk. The gel does not trap birds on the treated surface and can be easily removed using mineral spirits, a solvent available at most hardware stores.

“Bird-OFF Clear Gel is the original bio repellent gel, and is easily applied,” said Scott Swanson, bird control engineer. “The non-toxic formula doesn’t harm the bird but instead conditions them to avoid the treated area.” 

For more information visit www.birdbgone.com.
 

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