Bat-A-Way Granular Repellent

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Bat-A-Way Granular Repellent

Bat-A-Way bat repellent granules is the safe, easy, and humane way to get bats, birds, and squirrels out of attics, wall voids, crawl spaces, and other sheltered areas. Simply sprinkle Bat Away indoors in well ventilated areas on floors, between walls, and in crawl spaces. Bat Away bat repellent granules contain the active ingredient Naphthalene, which causes temporary sensory overload, dizziness, and nausea in bats when they come into contact with the granules. These reactions are uncomfortable for the bat, causing it to leave quickly the area quickly. Once the bat seeks fresh air however, everything returns to normal and it will resume regular behavior. Napathalene also has this same effect on birds and squirrels. After the target animals have departed from the treated area, all cracks and openings by which they might reenter should be sealed with copper mesh. Bat-A-Way may also be used to keep rabbits out of ornamental gardens and flower beds. When used as directed, Bat-A-Way is safe to humans, pets & plants. Bat-A-Way Granular Repellent will continue working for 2 months after initial application.




While bats are beneficial to us in their natural habitats (they keep certain rodent populations under control in the wild), they can become a major problem when they enter our homes. Bats can cause significant damage to wires or other items by gnawing or chewing. Bats also leave droppings behind which are unpleasant to the nose and eyes, not to mention being unsanitary and possibly transmitting diseases. Bat Away bat repellent is the safe, easy, and humane way to get bats, birds, and squirrels out of attics, wall voids, crawl spaces, and other sheltered areas. Simply sprinkle Bat Away indoors in well ventilated areas on floors, between walls, and in crawl spaces. Bat Away bat repellent granules contain the active ingredient Naphthalene, which causes temporary sensory overload, dizziness, and nausea in bats when they come into contact with the granules. These reactions are uncomfortable for the bat, causing it to leave quickly the area quickly. Once the bat seeks fresh air however, everything returns to normal and it will resume regular behavior. Napathalene also has this same effect on birds and squirrels. After the target animals have departed from the treated area, all cracks and openings by which they might reenter should be sealed with copper mesh. Bat Away may also be used to keep rabbits out of ornamental gardens and flower beds. When used as directed, Bat Away is safe to humans, pets & plants. Bat Away bat repellent will continue working for 2 months after initial application.


Using Bat Away For Bat, Bird, & Squirrel Control:

In well ventilated areas, lightly sprinkle Bat Away over the area at a rate of 1 pound per 400 square feet.
For areas that are not well ventilated, put 2 to 4 ounces of repellent into mesh bags (cheesecloth, pantyhose, etc) or a small plastic container with holes punched in the top. This allows for easy product removal if odor becomes too strong. Bats, birds and squirrels will depart from the area within a short time.
After the nuisance pests leave, seal up all openings and cracks that they could use to get back inside. Use copper mesh material to seal off small gaps, cracks and openings. For ventilation openings, use a metal screening with a small mesh size (3/8”max).


For Outdoor Rabbit Control:

At the first signs of growth of roses, spring bulbs, flowers or other ornamentals that may attract rabbits, apply a 2 or more inch-wide band around the area to be protected. Do not apply Bat-A-Way on the plant or on the plant stems.
One application can last up to 4 weeks and will repel rabbits from your garden. Hot weather and strong winds may require additional applications.

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  • 9 of 11 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Bat-A-Way Granular Repellent
    By Toni in Battle Creek, MI on 12/02/2010
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    We live in an old farm house where bats have found it very comfortable, however anything we have tried has not worked. I used this in our attic and left open container in our fireplace. Have not seen any bats since. Just wished it would last longer. Time to do it again.

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    1 of 5 stars  Bat-A-Way
    By David in Langley, KY on 06/26/2011
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    I was disappointed in this product, I had only 10 adult and 4 small bats and they never left my attic.  After about 10 days all it seemed to do was stir them up and that was about it.  I had to remove them myself. I should have asked for a refund.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  Save your money.....
    By Starglow in Raleigh, NC on 02/03/2012

    We had a colony of about 40-50 bats living in the gable end area of our house attic with a few who managed to actually get past the screen and inside the attic space. I decided to give Bat Away a try in hopes the bats would move on to another roost location but to no avail. I followed the directions closely and even added a fresh dose of Bat Away every two weeks. All it managed to do was stink up our upstairs living space and the bats were not affected by it one bit. I had to seal up all vent and access openings in the ceiling to help keep the Bat Away smell out of our living quarters as much as possible, but you could still smell it on a more tolerable level. The only thing that worked to get rid of the bats was an eviction screen hung outside the gable vent so the bats can still fly out of the roost space but not get back in. However, by law you have to wait until mid-to-late summer to do this so the young babies are old enough to fly and won't get stuck abandoned in the roost when the mother leaves. This meant we were stuck living with the bat colony for several months and cleaning up their mess was a big chore once they were finally evicted. Based on my personal experience with the product, I would not recommend Bat Away because it did not work in our particular case.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  Doesn't work....8-(
    By Dw in Raleigh, NC on 05/06/2012

    We had a bat colony of about 40 bats living in the attic gable end vent of our home. I purchased Bat-A-Way in hopes to force them to move out. I applied the Bat-A-Way product as directed but it just stunk up the second floor living area of our home and had no affect on the bats whatsoever. I eventually hired a wildlife control company to evict them with an outside screen which is about the only process that is guaranteed to work. I can not recommend Bat-A-Way because it was a big waste of money.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    2 of 5 stars  bat-a-way granular repellent
    By Kris in gillett wi on 07/08/2012
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    I got rid of two bats, that I know of. However I know there are many more. Because of what they have been leaving on my car. So it hasn't helped a whole lot.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  Bat-A-Way Granula Repellent
    By Irene in Brookhaven, Mississippe on 05/20/2012
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    I'm sorry to say that the repellent does NOT work. It had no effect on the bats in our attic vents. I hung the repellent directely over the bats in the vent. It never bothered them.

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    5 of 5 stars  Bat-A-Way Granular
    By Ian in Scottsdale, Arizona on 12/04/2012
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    Works awesome!!! Smells really bad when you are putting it in the container to hang at the locations. I put it in cheese cloth, made a sock bag and hung on the patio beams and off the stucco in the corners that we had problems. But no bats are coming back right now. Hopefully it last as long as it claims that it does.

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  • 3 of 5 stars  Don't ask Home Depot
    By Patrick in Soldotna, Alaska on 09/15/2012

    Bat-A-Way may indeed work but Home Depot, up here in Alaska, has no idea about this product. Folks, we do have bats up here! I cannot post here unless I rate the product so I just rated it a 3.

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09/05/2009 Cynthia

QAre Bat-A-Way Granules safe to use around pregnant women?

AThe Bat-A-Way granules should be used only in places where bats hang out which is usually up inside attic spaces.  This should pose no issues for anybody in the home when used in the proper areas.  Bat-A-Way granules do have a strong odor which is why they are not normally applied in the immediate living space. We do recommend applying the Bat-A-Way in mesh bags (cheesecloth, pantyhose, etc) or a small plastic container with holes punched in the top for easy removal.

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06/21/2014 Ylandwehr

QHow can Bat-A-Way be used to keep bats from hanging on the outside brick wall of my house?

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The Bat-A-Way granules should be used only in places where bats hang out which is usually up inside attic spaces, wall voids, crawl spaces, etc.  It is not labeled to be used outside for bat control.  Unfortunately we are not aware of anything that can be used to prevent them from hanging out on walls.

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05/27/2011 Sheri

QHow long does Bat-A-Way last? The one review said that they wished it lasted longer?

ABat-A-Way will last up to 2 months after you apply it in an area.  The person that left the review may have placed it an area where it was exposed to rain or wind which would diminish the time that it lasted.

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07/13/2010 Kim

QWill the smell from the Bat-A-Way harm my dog? Can dogs be allergic to the Bat-A-Way?

AThe Bat-A-Way granules can be a bit bothersome if it is used in an area where your dog may frequent. The smell of Bat-A-way is very strong. Since dogs have a very strong sense of smell, the granules can be a bit overwhelming when they are exposed. For areas that are not well ventilated, put 2 to 4 ounces of repellent into mesh bags (cheesecloth, pantyhose, etc) or a small plastic container with holes punched in the top. This allows for easy product removal if odor becomes too strong We have never had a report of a dog that is actually allergic to the Bat-A-Way. If you suspect that your dog is having an allergic reaction, we advise you to contact your vet and be sure to have the Bat-A-way product label available in case the vet needs the product information.

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