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GMT Offers New XCLUDER Strips

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New XCLUDER Stripsquickly fill small cracks, crevices and gaps where insects, small rodents, and snakes slither into structures.

| July 16, 2010

New XCLUDER Stripsquickly fill small cracks, crevices and gaps where insects, small rodents, and snakes slither into buildings. Made with patented stainless steel and polyfiber technology, the 1" X 1/2" strips provide a rust-proof, shrink-proof, and chew-proof exclusion solution for any small openings such as those found around chimney and roof flashing, HVAC pipes, or indoor plumbing.  XCLUDER STRIPS are significantly less costly and easier to install than copper mesh with no messy clean-up found with foam fillers. All XCLUDER products are non-FIFRA regulated and have been proven as an effective barrier by the USDA Wildlife Research Center. Each package contains three 1" x 1/2" x 4' rolls.  For more information visit www.GetXcluder.com.
 

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