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Guard-N-Eyes Balloon Guard-N-Eyes Balloon

  • Balloon has "eyes" that scare away pests and protect gardens
  • Used widely in commercial orchards and nurseries

    Size: 18 inch diameter (13 inch Inflated)

    Usage ideas: Gardens, nurseries, orchards

    Easy Installation:
    - Apply enclosed reflective "O" sticker to center of each black eye on the balloon; apply firmly to ensure permanent adhesiveness.
    - Inflate until balloon is fully expanded, but not stretched (balloon will expand as sun heats the air inside).
    - Thread hanging reflective strips through loops on both sides of inflation valve (insert about 1").
    - Attach string and hang from fence post or other prominent position.

    NOTES:
    It is important to move the balloon around every few days so birds don't get used to it.

    For Best Results:
    - Place balloon in a prominent position so birds can see it (avoid hanging from tree limb because leaves will obscure birds' view).
    - Use one or two balloons for a small garden; use three or more for a large garden.
    - Install balloon before fruit ripens and feeding habits develop.
    - Move balloon around garden every few days.
    - Store indoors when season is over to prevent birds from getting used to it.

  • 385201Guard-N-Eyes Balloon$7.50
    385211Guard-N-Eyes Balloon, 6+$6.50
    385221Guard-N-Eyes Balloon, 12/cs$76.95

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