Coat your bird seed mixes with Cole's Flaming Squirrel Seed Sauce before filling your feeders, and you will keep backyard birds happy without attracting greedy squirrels. This natural habanero chili sauce is not offensive to birds, but squirrels and other mammals hate the hot, spicy flavor. Use only 3 tablespoons of this concentrated sauce per 5 lbs of seed mix.
Flaming Squirrel Seed Sauce can also be used to coat flower and plant bulbs before planting, to deter squirrels and voles from digging them up. Or, mist your garden plants to deter squirrels and rabbits. This versatile spray provides a natural deterrent to many mammals.
Ingredients: Food Grade Liquid Habanero Chili Pepper and Soybean Oil. Shake well before using. 8 oz bottle.
Please remember: Chili peppers are a strong irritant to eyes, nose, and skin. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Keep out of reach of children. We recommend the use of rubber or vinyl gloves to protect hands from the hot chilies.
Directions for Use
To protect your hands from the hot chilies, we recommend the use of rubber or vinyl gloves.
Please remember chili peppers are a strong irritant to eyes, nose, and skin. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Keep out of reach of children.
Add 1.5 oz (approx 4 tablespoons) of Flaming Squirrel Seed Sauce for every 5 lbs of seed mix. Mix together with a spatula or shake in a closed container until the seed mix is evenly coated. For best results, double the amount of Flaming Squirrel used per batch for the first two weeks, then return to normal use ratios. Soon your feeders will be a bird only café.
For the Garden
To keep flower bulbs from being dug up and eaten by squirrels, voles, or chipmunks, simply dip each bulb directly into a bowl of Flaming Squirrel until it is well coated, and then plant bulb.
To keep new seedlings and fresh plantings from being eaten by rabbits, squirrels and deer, just pour Flaming Squirrel into a spray bottle to mist the leaves and stem of each plant. Do not spray on a windy day. Reapply after it rains.