Xcluder Exclusion Fabric Stainless Steel Keeps out Rodents Snakes Insects
Xcluder Starter Kit
This easy to use kit contains one 4" x 10' roll of Xcluder Stainless
Steel Fill Fabric, a set of gloves for safe handling, and a convenient
pair of utility scissors for easy cutting.
kit includes a 4 feet wide x 10 feet long roll of Xcluder fabric,
safety gloves, and scissors.Keeps out Snakes, rodents and insects
Fill Fabric is an exclusion fabric used by professional nuisance
control and pest control operators. It is composed of stainless steel
and poly fibers.
This blend of materials gives it an extra
"spring back", allowing for easier fitting in crevices and the ability
to stay in place well. Xcluder is highly resilient and is an
impenetrable barrier against rodents and pests.
100% non-toxic and environmentally safe
Easy to install due to its flexible, compressible nature
Does not shrink, stain, pull out or corrode
Made of sharp durable fibers
Xcluder is made from stainless steel wool, it is a permanent solution.
Rodent Entry Points and Holes
for rodent entry points and holes around windows and doors; inside
kitchen cabinets; around air vents and dryer vents; around pipes under
the bathroom sinks and kitchen sinks; around water, electrical, gas and
sewer (chases); behind or beneath water heater radiators, and furnaces
and around any pipes or conduits that enter buildings.
rodent baits in burrows, before installing the Xcluder Fabric Fill. If
you cover the burrow, the rodents may dig new holes to enter and exit.
Use gloves due to the nature of the stainless steel. Stainless steel can prick the skin.
Fill Fabric comes in rolls and can be cut to size or shape desired. Cut
the Xcluder 2-3 times the size of the opening to make a tight fit.
Install it by pressing it into rodent-prone crevices with gloved hands or simple tools like a putty knife or screwdriver.
not install Xcluder close to live electrical conductors, since
stainless stell is an electrical conductor. Installing Xcluder around
fully sealed electrical conduit coming out of a wall is safe.