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How To Use Optical Gel to Keep Birds Away

THE EASIEST BIO-TECH SOLUTION YOU'LL EVER INSTALL.

It's natural and safe for us, and yes...even for the birds. But they HATE IT!


Unmatched Performance When Combined in Three Key Areas

1. INVISIBLE · Bird control products that cannot be seen once installed is a goal we all desire. From below, Optical Gel is out of sight.

2. A CINCH · Undetectability often means complexity in installation. Optical Gel does not trade this off. It's easy to install. Dare we say almost fun. Choose between glued (this version), magnetic or zip-tied options to make sure it stays put.

3. JAW-DROPPINGINGLY EFFECTIVE · And finally, the modernity of this barrier is how well it works. Watching it function in real-time is quite stunning. Optical Gel not only ushers birds off of whatever they might land but denies and seemingly repulses them before they do. Watch a one minute of video of highlights or a four-minute detailed video here.


How, Who & Where


HOW: It's a multi-sensory bird deterrent that spoofs their:

SIGHT: Dishes appear to be extremely detrimental to their safety (akin to fire or smoke) and avoid immediately.

SMELL: They can't stand the citronella and peppermint oil smell which to us is pleasant.

TOUCH: They avoid sticky material (in the unlikely event they touch it).


WHO: This tiny, safe and natural disk works on:

  • Pigeons
  • Woodpeckers
  • Gulls
  • Crows
  • Starlings
  • Mud Swallows
and many other unwanted birds from roosting on buildings and other structures.
Placement is important. Please click here to learn just how we handle these clever animals.


WHERE: Glue them

  • where birds temporarily loaf
  • when nesting occurs (follow bird-specific guidelines)
  • where groups of birds congregate
  • deep into tight areas
  • onto movable bases to be placed when away
  • to sensitive equipment
  • in attractive patterns directly onto skylights
  • atop lights and other tall perching spots
  • not just to edges but large areas as well
  • around woodpecker holes
  • and the list goes on...