Cole's Flaming Squirrel Seed Sauce, 16-Ounce

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Cole’s Flaming Squirrel Seed Sauce chock full of vitamins A and D as well as carotene. Not only are chili peppers an excellent natural source of nutrition for birds, they’re also guaranteed to make your feeders an exclusive Birds-Only cafe. 100%, and all natural and a chemical free way to get more bird visits than ever before! To use simply mix with your favorite birdseed with this liquid chili pepper formula in order to give your feathered friends the Cajun spicy flavor they love. The ingredients include food-grade liquid habanero chili pepper, soybean oil.

Key Product Features 

  • 100% All natural and chemical free ingredients
  • No diluting necessary-ready to use instantly.
  • While most effective with shelled seeds and nuts, it works wonders on all types of wild bird feed, seed and suet.
  • Bluebirds, cardinals, wrens, buntings, finches-along with most beautiful songbirds can't get enough of this Cajun delight.
  • The hottest formula of food grade chili concentrate ready to mix with your favorite seed. Just remember to wear gloves and wash up after mixing.
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91 Reviews

  • 5
    Not Just For Squirrels!

    Posted by DLSB on Oct 14th 2023

    Excellent! Not only works for Squirrel, it works for Fisher, Otter & Bear, too! Take care not to get on your hands/skin/face!!! I HIGHLY recommend this product! I put it on Suet Cakes & Seed. It does not harm Birds; they do not get the burn that other animals do. I was tired of losing my Suet Cages and Seed Feeders. Tired of branches being broken by larger thieves. One mouthful, and they are outta there!

  • 5
    coles flaming squirrel seed sauce

    Posted by beth on Jun 19th 2023

    we were overrun by squirrels who bullied the birds and destroyed the bird feeders. two days after using the coles product, no more squirrels! follow the directions carefully and say ta-ta to the gangster rodents.

  • 5
    Great Product at a Great $

    Posted by Philip on Jan 14th 2023

    Best $ I've ever paid for this product which really works

  • 5
    Got rid of my squirrels and racoons.

    Posted by Jim Lewis on Aug 5th 2022

    I took the easy way out at first and just smeared the product onto the feeder openings. Never gave it enough time to know if that works. Now I mix it with about 3 pounds of seed in a plastic container, then shake it up. My squirrels and racoons have vanished. I waited a week to post this review...They have not returned. The birds seem to eat as before.

  • 5
    Squirrels hate this!

    Posted by Customer on Jul 17th 2022

    The squirrels were eating all of my bird seed - now they dont go near them. I have more birds than ever.The only problem was that the label should say-in large print-to wear gloves and a face mask! My hands were burning for several days and I coughed all day! Will use again, but with proper protection.

  • 5
    Worth every penny!

    Posted by Sarah B on Jul 5th 2022

    My feeders were being emptied in a single day by squirrels and chipmunks. Two days after using this I have lots of bird visitors and zero furry ones.

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Dawn C. on Jun 20th 2022

    This product works great. I mixed it with my wild birdseed and it has kept all squirrels away. Do follow the cautions to wash your hands after using it. I would also recommend mixing it outside, as it has a potent smell and vapors.

  • 5
    A little pricey, but it lights up the squirrels.

    Posted by T. Sacco on Jun 7th 2022

    This stuff is burning hot be careful when handling, because the bottle can leak and it's hard to get it off your skin and drives squirrels insane. After a few encounters, they can smell it and won't go near your bird feeder or whatever you apply this on. I've experimented with using it on plants that deer go after, too. Birds cannot taste it, so it won't bother them. Docking a star because it's pretty pricey. I'm going to try making my own solution with cayenne next time.

  • 5
    It works !

    Posted by Jo W on May 10th 2022

    I pour enough seed to fill my sunflower seed feeder into a flat bottomed plastic bin used by my grocer for salad green mix, add a couple tablespoons of Flaming Squirrel, and stir it up well. I've found if I let it sit for at least several hours the seeds seem to absorb some of the sauce. Then I use an old half-cup scoop to fill the tube feeder. I used to see squirrels hanging upside-down from the feeder stealing the seeds, but no more ! As for flavor, the squirrels aren't talking, but it doesn't seem to bother the birds. I feed mostly cardinals, finches and chickadees. I'm going through seed pretty quickly.

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