I've got wooden Adirondack-type lawn chairs. The chair-backs, on the
"passenger"-side, about shoulder height, are getting covered in bird poop
from bird's perching on the top of the chair-back.
I'm looking for remedies. (Yeah, yeah, I know, get a cat, etc., etc.) I've
thought about using small eye-screws atop each vertical slat and running
wire through the eyes to ruin the perch-ability factor, but I'm a little
concerned that introducing holes into the top of the slats will also
introduce moisture, leading to rot. Any other ideas?
Equally effective, if not more so, and not requiring reapplication,
Nixalite is what I recommend. Works fabulously against birds and
squirrels (they have different permutations, depending on the
application). http://www.nixalite.com/ Install it once in the right
place, and it works forever.
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