STUF-FIT Copper Mesh

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STUF-FIT Copper Mesh

Copper Stuf-fit is a unique exlusion material that prevents pesky rodents from entering your home or office building. The Copper Stuffit is a copper mesh wool material that is rust-proof and stain-proof. Stuff it into openings around pipes or other holes and cracks in the structure and keep rats, mice, birds and other wildlife out. Because of the way the mesh is woven, it is very difficult for rodents to chew through it. Stuf-fit works best in holes and cracks around 2 inches in diameter. Larger holes should be repaired and sealed permanently. Each roll is 6 inches wide, double folded and comes in either 20 ft. or 100 ft. long rolls.




Copper Stuf-fit is a unique exlusion material that prevents pesky rodents from entering your home or office building. The Copper Stuffit is a copper mesh wool material that is rust-proof and stain-proof. Stuff it into openings around pipes or other holes and cracks in the structure and keep rats, mice, birds and other wildlife out. Because of the way the mesh is woven, it is very difficult for rodents to chew through it. Stuf-fit works best in holes and cracks around 2 inches in diameter. Larger holes should be repaired and sealed permanently.Stuf-Fit can be tacked, stapled or glued into any openings where it is needed. Each roll is 6 inches wide, double folded and comes in either 20 ft. or  100 ft long rolls. Stuf-Fit works best in holes less 2" or less in diameter. (larger holes should be sealed permanently)

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  • 45 of 46 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Smart product. Inspector Approved!
    By Inspector7 in Lakeville, MN on 09/25/2011

    Copper mesh is clean and easy to work with. I've run my own home inspection business for 12 years. This is a big step up from stuffing steel wool in holes only to see it rust away in a few years and stain. Just be sure as with all copper, that it doesn't come in direct contact with galvanized metal flashings or pipes.

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  • 29 of 31 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Not One Mouse Since Installing Mesh
    By Barbara in PA on 12/08/2010

    It works. The mesh is very soft and pliable so it molds well to whatever crevice or space there is.

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  • 25 of 28 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  100' is too much?
    By Frank in Melissa, TX on 07/24/2011

    I guess my house is smaller than I thought. I ordered 100' roll of STUF-FIT knowing I'd have some left, but I used less than half. I don't know if I didn't "STUF-FIT" too tight or too loose. Instructions (next time) might help. I must have put enough into the weep holes though because the spiders and other crawlies haven't found their way in yet. Cuts easy. Packs easy, too. Overall, well pleased. If I was a nice guy, I'd offer to do my neighbors' houses with the leftovers, but I'm not.

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  • 25 of 25 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  STUF-FIT Copper Mesh
    By Frank in Grand Rapids, MI on 04/26/2011
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    Easy to use and cuts easily. Used it on corners where vinyl siding come together to ward off mice. Insulate with spray foam insulation as a final step.

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  • 20 of 20 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Clever idea
    By Paolo in New York on 12/13/2010
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    STUF-IT is a pretty clever idea. You can apply it in minutes, does not leave a mess and seems to work.

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Most Recent Customer Reviews
  • 5 of 5 stars  Ratproofing dishwasher Hoses
    By Nancy in Los Angeles, ca on 07/28/2017

    We had a terrible accident at our house where rats chewed through the back hoses on two dishwashers, and ruined the kitchen floor. I was looking for a product to wrap around the hoses of the new dishwashers. The product had to repel rats and be flexible to allow the pipes to bend as necessary to meet water connections. This copper mesh product worked very well, and I have confidence it will keep rats away! thanks very much!

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  • 5 of 5 stars  great stuff
    By Nelly in Watsonville on 07/11/2017

    This mesh works great for me. Easily cuts to whatever size you need. soft & flexible.Use around plants or outside of pots. Seems to work in my gardens and pots.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Good Stuff
    By Susan in Carmel, CA on 05/20/2017

    Using copper mesh to plug voids around the perimeter of your house is a much better idea than using steel wool. Firstly, copper does not rust and so will not cause staining and will not deteriorate and need replacing. Secondly, this stuff does not shed metal dust which is a very unhealthy aspect of working with steel wool. Because it is a mesh and not a wool, you will not end up with metal splinters in your fingers. This stuff shoves into voids easily. I am putting it between the stucco layer and foundation wall all around my house. This is because I discovered that in some areas, there are voids in this area that are allowing mice to get into the crawlspace.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Copper Mesh Killer
    By Sarah in Coos Bay, OR on 04/27/2017

    Simply wrap your raised garden bed wood in this copper mesh and watch snails and slugs get electrocuted.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Great stuff
    By Bijoux in Corralitos, CA on 04/03/2017

    This copper mesh is great. I have noticed a difference already with my plants that I used mesh with. They are still alive & not devoured! The all you can eat buffet is being shut down!!!!

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Keeps the Mice OUT!
    By Andrea in Port Angeles on 03/26/2017

    My husband and I bought a house that had been empty for 1.5 years, and evidence of mice was in the kitchen, particularly in the cabinet under the kitchen sink. The reason was big holes around the water pipes. Once I put my cleaning supplies in the cabinet, I saw lots more mice droppings, going after what was in the trash. I bought Stuf-fit and crammed as much as I could around all the pipes, and haven't seen any evidence since. Hooray! I could have bought kits for more money with a lot less mesh, and this gives me a life-time supply. I'll even be able to pass it down to my kids.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Great product
    By Rich in Phoenixville, PA on 12/24/2016

    Great product I've used it before fast delivery and as promised. I'm a pest control professional and I love this site they always come through and I never have to wait on the product. I've never had an issue using this site.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Great product
    By George in Lake Forest, IL on 12/11/2016

    The copper mesh was just what I hoped it would be--did the job in filling in holes to keep the mice outside!

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Stuf-fit copper mesh
    By Bea in Highland on 12/10/2016

    Excellent product. Easy to install. I used old scissors to cut it. The product arrived quickly and is exactly as pictured.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Delivery on schedule
    By Mel in Jamaica NY on 12/06/2016

    Great delivery timing! Professional company. I have been ordering from DMOPC for over 2 yrs and I have not been disappointed. I have not tried the copper mesh yet but it is what I ordered. Thank you! !

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08/09/2011 Roger from Alachua, Florida

QWhat can I use to kill lizards around our front door that are waiting to get inside?
These lizards are small to medium and they turn a light cream color to match our house. They are found around the entrance of our front door; like above our heads on the ceiling covered porch, on the outside door frame and walls.

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There are no toxic products labeled for lizards, geckos or any reptiles or amphibians, and given the highly beneficial nature of these creatures there is not likely to be any products for them any time soon.The reason they are on your property is because they can find food and harborage. Take away their food and they will forage somewhere else. Take away the conditions they need for hiding and they will seek refuge someplace else.

You really have two options here:

1.Exclusion. Total exclusion can be hard to achieve particularly around the roof-line where there are going to be gaps that would be very hard to close off, but there also could be some obvious flaws such as broken vent screens, holes around cables, pipes or wires, or gaps under doors. All of these can easily be closed with brush strips, caulking, copper mesh (Stuf-fit), or some other suitable material. Exclusion is the best choice, because it is permanent, and eliminates or reduces the problem in the future too.

2.Outdoor habitat modification. In short get rid of the reasons lizards are there in the first place. They are there because they are finding the food they need to survive (insects) and a place to harbor. If you can eliminate either of these essentials, you can get rid of the lizards. Spray a good residual insecticide such as Cyper WP around the outside of your home to help cut down on the number of insects the lizards are eating. If lizards cannot find enough food they will either move on or starve. Eliminate as much clutter and debris around the outside of your home as possible to eliminate the places lizards like to hide. Rake back mulch or rocks at least 6 inches from the structure

 

If you need to get rid of the lizards that are already indoors the only options are catching them by hand or using glueboards placed in areas where the lizards travel.

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02/01/2011 Debbie

QIs the Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh pure copper or copper coated steel?

AThe Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh is indeed all copper and it does not contain any steel.

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01/13/2011 Shuster's

QWhat is Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh used for exactly?

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The Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh  is used to close openings that rodents can get into.  It is usually used with expanding foam. Typically, if you close an opening around a pipe or wire with just expanding foam, the rodents will eat through it. If you place Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh in the hole first and then use expanding foam, the foam will encase the mesh. Then if rodents try to chew through the foam, they will ingest the tiny shards of the mesh and it will kill the rodents. You can easily cut the Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh with a pair of scissors to fit any sized opening.


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08/22/2011 Shirley from Martinez, Ca

QDo I need to cement after I use Stuff-it mesh?
I have gaps between my house siding and foundation. To prevent rats from entering my house, do I need to apply a sealant(cement) after I use Stuff-It.? Or will using Stuff-it be enough and how long does the product last?

AStuff-it alone in cracks and areas where there are gaps is usually not enough to deter rodents since they can easily pull it out.  You should either cement the stuffit in place or typically you would at least use an expandable foam in the crack or gap which will hold the stuff-it in place and prevent it from easily being pulled out.

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01/18/2012 Dom from Lecanto Florida

QHow much does the 20 foot roll weigh please?

AA 20 ft roll of the Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh weighs approximately .50 lb.

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Most Recent Customer Questions

02/06/2017 Cassandra from Los Angeles, Ca

QAre there pictures of Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh after it's been applied?
I'm a visual gal and I am going to try and tackle my rodent problem by myself. I cannot imagine HOW the mesh is supposed to look AFTER it's applied around pipes + openings. Do you have any pictures that you could post on your website?? Thanks.

A

There is a great video that addresses rodent exclusion in Step 1 of our Rodent Prevention Article that includes the use of Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh. You may want to consider using a permanent sealing foam such as Pur Black Foam over the Stuf-Fit to prevent rodents from removing it.

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12/05/2016 Susan from George West, Tx

QCan STUF-IT Copper Mesh be used under the bottom edge of lap siding where it meets the slab foundation?
To keep out mice, geckos, etc.

A

Yes, STUF_FIT Copper Mesh would be a great product for that application. It is a copper mesh wool material that is rust-proof and stain-proof. Stuff it into openings around pipes or other holes and cracks in the structure and keep rats, mice, birds, and other wildlife out.†

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11/16/2016 Rachel

QIs STUF-IT Copper Mesh the best way to seal an outlet behind a refrigerator to keep mice out?
There is a gap of a couple of inches around an outlet that is mounted on the baseboard moulding behind the refrigerator. Is it safe to use copper mesh? Should foam also be used? If so, which foam is appropriate for indoor use in that setting?

A

You could use STUF-IT Copper Mesh around the outlet as long as the product in no way would come in contact with the wiring or the junction box inside as that could be a conduit and would be a fire hazard. We would recommend that you concentrate on the outside of you home in particular so that you are making sure that nothing is getting into†the wall void, or has any access to the inside of you home. That is the only way to insure that you are completely covered completely from any mice entering your home.

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06/08/2016 Edward

QHow long does Stuff-Fit Copper Mesh last?

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Using STUF-FIT Copper Meshalone in cracks and areas where there are gaps is usually not enough to deter rodents since they can easily pull it out.† You should either cement the Stuffit in place or typically, you would at least use an expandable foam in the crack or gap which will hold the Stuff-it in place and prevent it from easily being pulled out which would allow it to last indefinitely.

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02/05/2016 Rk from Bridgewater, Nj

QHave you ever tested or observed the effect of STUF-FIT Copper Mesh on mold?
I have read that oxidizing copper is a mold inhibitor applied by laying copper wool into french drains in basements. Have you ever tried this or tested it?

A

We have not tested the effects of Stuf-fit†Copper Mesh on mold. †It may be best to contac the manufacuter Allen Special Products†(267) 222-8009 for the most accurate data.

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12/09/2015 Chris from Georgetown, Ky

QCan I wrap Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh around the outside base of 2x4 walls?
If I wrap this mesh around the outside base of the 2x4 walls (I plan to build a tack room in my barn) - will that stop the mice from chewing their way in?

A

If you use the Stuf-Fit Copper Mesh as a wrap, the rodents should not be able to chew through it if you use many layers, however, it would be best to use something more permanent, such as a metal baseplate. The copper mesh is intended to be stuffed into small holes, and then it is usually sealed with a hard filler such as expansion foam.†We would recommend using rodenticide in tamper-resistant stations around the exterior of the barn to keep rodents out of the area. Our Rodent Baiting Kit contains stations and bait that can be used for rats or mice.

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10/17/2015 John from Nica Land

QHow does Stuf-Fit work with bat eradication?

A

Stuf-fit Copper Mesh†can be used to close any holes that are giving bats access to buidling interiors, it is usually used with expanding foam like the Pur Black. †We have an article here the might help getting rid of them though sometimes it is best to call in a professional if they have already taken up residence inside

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06/30/2015 Diane from Grand Rapids, Mi

QCan STUF-FIT Copper Mesh be used inside a garage door bottom seal that chipmunks have chewed
Would stuffing copper mesh into the opening at the ends help with the problem of chipmunks chewing up the door seal and getting into the garage?

AYes, STUF-FIT Copper Mesh can be used in the garage door opening. This product works great as an exclusion against chipmunks, because it is gnaw proof.

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12/22/2014 Alan

QHow to cut the copper mesh?
Can this be cut with scissors?

ASTUF-FIT Copper Mesh can be cut with household scissors. We recommend to place tape on either side of where you are cutting. This will minimize the small pieces of copper that could flake.

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11/28/2014 Nicole from Colorado Springs, Co

QI'm an artist, would STUF-FIT Copper Mesh work as a wire form for clay, or paper pulp? Small projects, that is.

ASTUF-FIT Copper Mesh is meant to be layered to seal up entry points. We could not guarantee that it will work for molding.

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