Stuff It


Per 10 Linear Feet

Stuff-Fit Copper mesh is a knitted wire mesh. It is designed to fill all kinds of openings to stop pests, bees, insects, rodents and other similar unwanted animals. Once tightly packed in a hole, crack or gap, the copper mesh refused to be pulled out. This copper wool has special interlocked structure. You can tack it, staple it or glue it to any openings. Compared with steel wool, copper wool has two advantages. First, its knitted construction often catches rodents’ teeth and makes it hard for them to chew through or remove. Second, copper mesh never rusts.

Cut to size using scissors or any cutting tool. Seal off holes either by stuffing the wire mesh inside cracks and crevices or by covering the holes over. Plug small holes with compressed copper mesh, making sure it fits snugly inside the void. For larger holes, lay out the copper mesh and secure the ends with glue, staples, nails or any fastener capable of keeping the screen taut in place.