4 Great Uses For Our Squirrel Discs
Protect Your Bird Feeders
Squirrels are notorious for getting into bird feeders if they are hungry, which can drive the birds away — the total opposite of why you might have installed the feeders in the first place. Also, another reason could be to avoid the squirrels from building a nest in the feeder itself, making it really hard to get back that real estate until the baby squirrels are ready to leave the nest.
Avoid Damage to Your Vehicles
In the dead of winter, a warm vehicle can be a saving grace for a small rodent on the verge of freezing. That being said, the problem comes with their natural ability to perpetually grow teeth. Their teeth are always growing and they need to gnaw on things to keep them around a controllable size — this is where your vehicle’s wires come into play. The last thing you want is to go to your car in the morning and not be able to start it due to the damage to the wiring system done by these rodents.
Get Rid of Unwanted Guests
One thing that you might not know is that the walls and ceiling lines of your home or building can be a very attractive place for a rodent to build their home. Squirrels might look at this as an opportunity to have a home that offers better protection against predators and other factors that can affect them.
Keep Your Flowers Beautiful
Your flower bed is your pride and joy. You come in every day and see that all the effort you put into it has paid off. However, an infestation of rodents can destroy that in the matter of weeks or even days. Placing a few Squirrel Discs which can repel not only squirrels but other rodents can be the difference between having a beautiful flower bed and not having it.
Whether you are currently having problems with squirrels or are looking to avoid these issues in the future, the Repel 360 Squirrel Discs are a very effective solution without dealing with the issue in a more cruel way. Check out our natural repellents for different rodents, insects, and more and purchase your from Repel 360 Technology today!