Fog Force is a contact repellent - all the birds must be exposed to the fog or haze. When exposed, the MA particles stimulate a bird’s trigeminal nerve and mucous membranes creating a sensation similar to eating a hot pepper. The birds soon associate the location with the repellent and leave the area for good.
Applying Fog Force
Fog Force is ready to use, do not dilute or mix with any other material. For best results use ‘low’ or ‘dry’ output settings to produce a dry fog or haze with most particles in the 10-20 microns size range. A dry fog spreads quickly and efficiently, permeating all areas without leaving an oily residue. Fog Force may not be effective for nesting birds. The hard-wired nesting instinct can outweigh any repellent effect. Other control methods may be required for nesting birds.
Storing Fog Force
Fog Force must be stored above 55o F. to avoid 'freezing' or solidification. Store only in the original container in a dry place out of the reach of children and domestic animals. Keep container closed when not in use.
Fog Force Scent Additives
Nixalite offers three fragrance additives to offer personalized applications of Fog Force Repellent. Available in Citrus, Pine and Winter Fresh (seasonal)
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Fog Force Bird Repellent is a Methyl Anthranilate (MA) based bird repellent used for the humane and effective dispersal of pest birds in open spaces. It is formulated for application with foggers and haze generators.
When used as directed, Fog Force is harmless to people, pets, plants and birds. It consists of Methyl Anthranilate or MA and soybean oil. MA exceeds US Food Chemical Codes (FCC) specifications, and is classified as Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS). MA is used as a fragrance or flavoring in many types of foods including; soda, ice cream, candy and gelatin. It comes from natural sources such as concord grapes and the blossoms of gardenias and jasmine.
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