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The Xcluder Single Roll (4 in. x 10 ft.) is an easy-to-handle pest exclusion tool for residential and commercial use. It is designed to block possible entryways from damaging rats, mice, insects and any other pests. The fill fabric can be cut to fit any size hole, or gap that could be a potential entry point. Packed in a convenient dispenser box.
|Target pests:||Rats, mice, insects, and other pests.|
|For use in:||Residential and commercial structures|
|Dimensions:||4 in. x 10 ft.|
|Material / Construction:||Patented stainless steel and polyfiber technology.
|Special Features:||Easy-to-install. Eco-friendly. Heavy-duty.|
|Shipping Weight:||1.34 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Global Material Technologies (Mfg. Number: 162706)|
XCLUDER fill fabric is made with patented stainless steel and polyfiber technology. It installs in minutes without any special certification or licensing required.
- Costs less than copper mesh
- Superior to foam and ordinary steel wool
- Proven effective barrier by USDA (APHIS)
- Wildlife Research Center
- Rust-proof, shrink-proof, chew-proof
- Won’t stain or dislodge
- No impact on the environment
- Non-toxic, No FIFRA regulations
- Crucial element in any Integrated Pest Management program
- Highly flexible, compressible
- Fast cut-and-stuff installation
FITS ALL NEEDS:
- Fills any size hole, gap, weep hole, crevice, or crack
XCLUDER enables you to quickly perform a crucial procedure in Integrated Pest Management while helping to improve profit margins and customer satisfaction.
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7 of 7 people found this review helpful:
By Dan in San Ramon, CA on 03/03/2015
My elderly parents house was being over run with mice, so I was called upon to close up the multiple entry points. Since the house is over 90 years old, the challenge was finding something that would fill the variety of openings. Cutting, wrapping, and rolling the Xcluder material into various shapes worked well in filling the larger gaps. Cutting the material is a challenge. I ultimately ended up using a pair of tin snips. The wire strands will go everywhere, so gloves and eye protection is a must.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By James in Pacifica, CA on 09/11/2015
Wonderful product. You don't need tin snips or scissors to cut-just pull apart the amount you need. I like the fact that it won't rust-SS Steel. Definitely wear leather gloves and be careful not to breath in the floating dust-polymers. OK to use outside but use a dust mask for indoor work. One note. It will burn with DIRECT flame-I would be Leary about putting it around a flash water heater exhaust.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
By Dale in Aberdeen, NC on 06/21/2016
Works great filled cracks and openings around house. Price is a little high
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
No mice for the 1st time in 40 years
By Criag in NJ on 03/20/2017
I would get mice in my basement every winter no matter what I did. Last winter was really bad for my basement, 8 mice in traps. In the fall I installed Xcluder 4", cut into 2" strips, in the gap at the cinder block foundation wall and the siding. I folded the cloth in half and pushed it into the gap with a putty knife, be sure to wear gloves. It's now mid March without one mouse. It cost a bit but I'm saving money on traps, time and cheese. Thank you Xcluder
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01/18/2015 Tim from Landenberg
QCan I repair holes in a cedar wall if I am not sure if rodents are still inside?
We have an exterior cedar wall at our church that has holes where either squirrels or woodpeckers have created holes. Can I patch those holes or should I place some form of exclusion device on first and leave in place for a time to ensure they have left?
A It is not recommended to seal up holes or crevices if you have current rodent activity until they are removed. You do not want to seal them up trapped inside the voids because this could lead to odor and other insect activity. We carry excluder traps and then the holes can be sealed. It is also very helpful that you treat with a general pest control product such as Bifen IT to eliminate the insects that the woodpecker is attracted to. I have included some articles below that you may find helpful. Please let us know if you need anything else.
It is not recommended to seal up holes or crevices if you have current rodent activity until they are removed. You do not want to seal them up trapped inside the voids because this could lead to odor and other insect activity. We carry excluder traps and then the holes can be sealed. It is also very helpful that you treat with a general pest control product such as Bifen IT to eliminate the insects that the woodpecker is attracted to. I have included some articles below that you may find helpful. Please let us know if you need anything else.