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Bird-Off Gel Now Available in Five-Gallon Pails.

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he new five-gallon pail allows the installer to refill a reusable 24 ounce caulking gun for application of the product.

| July 2, 2012

CARSON, Calif. — Bird Barrier’s Bird-Off Gel is now available in economical five-gallon pails, the company announced.
The product has been available in 10 ounce tubes, but Bird Barrier says those are not efficient for large jobs. The new five-gallon pail allows the installer to refill a reusable 24 ounce caulking gun for application of the product.

Bird Barrier’s Bird-Off Gel is made from all-natural ingredients, and contains white pepper to deter birds from returning. It is easy to clean, will not turn black over time, and contains no polybutene.

Visit www.birdbarrier.com for more information, or call Bird Barrier at 800-503-5444.
 

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