Shark Teeth Deterrent Strips - Patent No. US D610,647 S
Keep your deer feeders varmint free!
Repels: Hogs, Livestock, Raccoons
Shark Teeth work on the principle of abstinence. If they can't touch it, climb it, bump it or lick it; they can't tear
it up, knock it over, eat up your feed or waste it! Apply steel Shark Teeth to the feeder legs to create a barrier that deters
critters. Line the inside of the feeder legs to keep Hogs from rubbing or bumping them. Line the outside of the legs to prevent Raccoons from climbing, and pigs and livestock
from pushing and bumping your feeder.
For best results apply two strips per leg. Corner the two strips to keep raccoons from bypassing Shark Teeth ! Break into 6" strips
and mount to the top and sides of your control/timer box. Install strips on your feeder lid to deter raccoons and large birds from roosting or defecating on top of it. Shark Teeth
have many uses. Easily form to fit round legs as well as square.
Shark Teeth come in 36" strips that are 1 1/2" wide. There are three to a set, and the set includes three self tapping screws per
strip (9 total). Each strip has 4 parting lines 6" apart. Each 6" strip has 4 pre-punched holes.
Installing the Shark Teeth
- Use styrofoam padding provided for protection against cuts and knicks while installing your Ultra Sharp Shark Teeth.
Move the padding to where you need it on the deer feeder. The Shark Teeth are very sharp. Handle with caution (Illustrated in picture 1)
- Drill hole in your feeder leg using 1/8" drill bit. (Illustrated in picture 1 & 2)
- Install self tapping screws using 1/4" driver or variable speed cordless drill. (Illustrated in picture 3 & 4)
- Most effective when cornered on each deer feeder leg. (Illustrated in picture 5 & 6) This ensures that no matter what side the raccoon tries to
climb, he will be forced to grab the teeth. You can also offset the strips so that the teeth patterns alternate from their
cornered positioning. This is a very effective positioning method that yields optimal results.
- Picture 6: Correct placement for the Shark Teeth on deer feeder legs.
- Line the inside of the deer feeder legs to keep pigs from rubbing and bumping them.
- Line the outside of the deer feeder legs to prevent raccoons & squirrels from climbing, and pigs and livestock from pushing and
bumping your deer feeder.
- Break into 6" strips and install them on your protein feeder heads to prevent coons & squirrels from climbing on them and
- Break into 6" strips and screw or super glue to the top and side surfaces of your feeder control/timer box. This prevents coons from
climbing on it & cows, horses, etc. from licking it.
- Remove that varmint cage and maximize the broadcast capabilities of your slinger. No more water filled holes under the deer feeder
wasting the feed the cage knocks down directly under the feeder. When the cage stops the feed, it falls directly under the feeder.
Deer, hogs, coons, etc. eat under the feeder when it's dry and dig out a big depression under the deer feeder. When it rains the depression
fills with water and renders the feed useless.
- Install strips on your deer feeder lid to deter raccoons & large birds from roosting & defecating on top of it.
- Shark Teeth have to many uses to list. Let your imagination run wild with Shark Teeth!
Installing on round feeder legs
After installing the strips, take a hammer or blunt object and tap them down the contours of the feeder legs until they form to the rounded surface.
Shark Teeth are a preventative measure, NOT a cure for raccoons, etc. Animals, like humans, have different pain tolerances. If an animal can handle
being cut and bloodied, Shark Teeth will not keep it off your deer feeder 100% of the time.
Boss Buck does not claim that Shark Teeth are a cure all for raccoon problems. Combine with trapping, poison and hunting for a
complete management program.
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