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Tanglefoot Pre-Coated Sticky Tree Bands Pack of 6 - PBR497

How to Get Rid of Ants

How to Get Rid of Ants

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Prevent crawling insects from ascending trees, shrubs, vines and woody plants by forming a barrier they can't cross. Common crawlers include ants, gypsy moths, cankerworms, pecan weevils, and codling moth. Adjustable to any size trunk between 2" - 24"; multiple strips may be required. Use on smooth or rough bark trees; foam strips included if needed to snug band against tree. Each band is 12" long.

  • Item Model Number: PBR497
  • Shipping Dimensions: 10.25 x 4 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 pounds

Customer Reviews

Don't buy this product!

The bands did not stick to the foam bands even briefly. Also, they broke in half where they were bent in the packaging. Also, the return policy included in the shipment states "It is important to note that PVF&GS does not offer a satisfaction guarantee."

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Waste of Money

I found that these bands did not adhere or stick to the foam bands or the tree trunks even after carefully following directions twice. They popped off and were unable to follow the curves or contours of the tree trunk within five minutes of application. I ended up throwing most of them away as once they fell on the ground, they were no longer usable. I'm quite disappointed in this product and will not purchase it again.

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