5m Pigeon Spikes and Adhesive Kit – Wide, Stainless Steel Spikes
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These easy-to-use and ready-to-go pigeon spiking kits are available in three spike-width sizes – narrow, medium and wide – and in both re-enforced plastic/polycarbonate or stainless steel options.
• Use narrow polycarbonate pigeon spikes for areas 42mm – 107mm wide
• Use narrow stainless steel pigeon spikes for areas 60mm – 125mm wide
• Use medium stainless steel or polycarbonate pigeon spikes for areas 150mm – 215mm wide
• Use wide stainless steel pigeon spikes for areas 180mm – 245mm wide
Each kit comes with 5m of spikes and a free tube of clear-drying, low modulus silicone hybrid adhesive to secure, for use in a caulking gun.
These wide stainless steel spikes attached to re-enforced polycarbonate base are 115mm high and 180mm wide and should be spaced no further apart than a 65mm gap if applying multiple rows – see attached technical specification. They have a market leading 105 spikes per metres and comes in 33cm strips. The spikes are heavy-duty 304 grade stainless steel and very long lasting.
Note that when using adhesive to apply spikes, you should clean down the area to be spiked first and let it dry, before applying the adhesive generously to the underside of the base of the spikes and holding down until the base sticks. Ideally the area should be primed first to maximise hold strength. Spiking should only be attempted on a dry day. If the area to be spiked holds fouling, you must wear cut and breathing protection while cleaning down. See our PPE section.
Alternatively you may be able to nail or screw the spikes down depending on the area being spiked, using the rivet holes in the base to secure.
These Wide anti pigeon spikes are ideal for protecting wider flat areas where birds like to perch. When used to protect gutters, plastic clips are required to fit.
Note: If you are going to try spiking yourself please carry out a full risk assessment of the height and conditions and access beforehand. If working off ladders, they should be footed by another person at all times when you are on the ladder. If you would prefer professional help in applying spiking email firstname.lastname@example.org