Commercial Steel Wool Rodent Control Roll
The stainless Commercial Steel Wool Rodent Control Roll or the Rodent Mesh is built with poly fibres that provide the perfect solution to prevent rats and mice. As Australians are looking for more preventive measures to stop rodents from entering buildings, this solution can work like magic. This durable material creates a protective barrier against rodents which can be an alternative to harmful chemicals or pesticides.
This blend of stainless steel and poly fibres mesh can expand to fit securely in place after it has been compressed to fit small holes. The result is an impenetrable, abrasive barrier that prevents rodents and insects from entering. Our Steel Wool won’t rust, discolour, or even stain like any regular steel, wool or copper can due to which this product is considered a permanent solution and trusted by pest control professionals Australian wide.
If you still have rodents as you may not be able to control all the entry points this product would work well in conjunction with our Rodent Free Product Range. Effective barrier against rodents and other pests, installs easily and permanently, non-toxic and non-corrosive. Moreover, this Steel Wool Rodent Control Roll is Flame Retardant.
Commercial Steel Wool Rodent Control is made from stainless steel and UV resistant poly fibres and is ideal for proofing against rodents. The mesh is tightly woven preventing rodents from getting through any gaps. The product does not rust or decompose. It is supplied in a convenient dispensing box.
We also have a range of Rodent control products.
- Identify all gaps and spaces where rodents may be entering your building.
- Measure the amount/width and space required.
- Using sturdy and sharp scissors cut the amount, ensuring it is slightly larger than required.
- Firmly place the rodent protection of steel wool into place.
- Using the flat side of a screwdriver, push the wool into its final resting place.
- Always wear gloves (provided)
- When working in an overhead position ALWAYS wear safety goggles to ensure that no loose fibres get into your eyes.