The next generation of pest control for your home and business.
The secret to Xcluder™ is the coarse stainless steel interwoven with poly fibers. This eco-friendly material creates a protective barrier against rodents and insects without using harmful chemicals or pesticides.
This special blend of poly fibers and stainless steel mesh also “springs back,” expanding to fit securely in place after it has been compressed to fit small holes and crevices.
A recent USDA report has found Xcluder to be highly effective pest excluder at preventing rodents from entering through cracks and small holes.
The result is an impenetrable, abrasive barrier that prevents rodents and insects from entering. Xcluder is a permanent solution trusted by pest control professionals.
Where do I install Xcluder?
Every building has dozens of potential entry points for critters and pests. We recommend a thorough outside inspection of your building and filling in cracks as small as ¼ inch. Seal all gaps and holes around windows and doors, between the foundation of the structure and the ground; around weep holes as well as electrical, water, gas and sewer lines (chases); and around the roof, eaves, gables and soffits.
Inside the building, prevent vermin from using walls as hiding places by sealing them up. Common entryways include holes underneath, behind and inside kitchen cabinets; inside closets; around air vents and dryer vents; around the fireplace; around windows and doors; behind appliances, around pipes under the kitchen and bathroom sinks; beneath or behind water heaters, radiators, and furnaces; and around any pipes or conduits that enter the building.
For best results, seal opening only after you’ve baited, trapped and removed the rodents, bats or birds.
How do I install Xcluder?
Just follow these 4 easy steps to perform the perfect installation:
- Slip on a pair of the gloves provided in the Xcluder kit. If working above your head, we recommend using safety glasses and other protective gear.
- Use the scissors in the kit to cut Xcluder to 2-3 times the size of the opening.
- Install Xcluder by pressing it into the opening with a blunt tool like the edge of the scissors, a putty knife or screwdriver.
- Pack Xcluder tightly so it is at or slightly below flush to the opening of the surface.
- That’s it. You’re done!
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