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    M194 Spider & Bird Residue Remover

    M194 Spider & Bird Residue Remover




    • Quickly loosens residue from spider and bird droppings for fast, easy removal
    • Great fragrance designed to deter spiders
    • Safe and effective on most Marine/ RV surfaces
    • Biodegradable formula


    • MSRP - $13.99
    • 16 oz
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    Re: M194 Spider & Bird Residue Remover

    I wonder what fragrance deters spiders? Might need to spray some on in the garden lol

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    Re: M194 Spider & Bird Residue Remover

    can this be used on car paint as well for bird droppings or is this specialized for fiberglass coats?

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    Re: M194 Spider & Bird Residue Remover

    Quote Originally Posted by Selectchoice View Post
    I wonder what fragrance deters spiders?
    I was wondering that too.

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    Re: M194 Spider & Bird Residue Remover

    My best guess is peppermint fragrance

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