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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92 Reviews

  • 4

    Powerful! Don't get it on your hands!

    Posted by R. W. Patton on May 14th 2019

    We've had a problem with deer and squirrels eating seed from our bird feeders. Began using Cole's several months ago and have had no problems since. It doesn't seem to bother the birds, but the mammals detest it. You'll need a safe way to mix the sauce with the birdseed. I use a "Stokes 3N1 Super Tote" which I bought elsewhere. It combines the functions of a funnel and enclosed container. Add the seed, pour on the right amount of Coles, close the lid, and shake well to thoroughly coat the seed. Then you can pour the treated seed directly into a feeder without touching the oily, peppery-hot seed with your hands. Biggest problem with Coles is that it tends to dribble down the edge of the bottle. It's really bad stuff to get on your hands, so any improvement to the pouring design would be helpful. I'd give it five stars if the bottle were redesigned.

  • 5

    Problem solved.

    Posted by seaeye on Dec 17th 2018

    I am now squirrel free. Well not completely they have moved to my neighbors feeder exclusively. I don't have anything against squirrels in general I was just tired if seeing nothing but the tree rats hanging from everyone of my feeders. And to all the people with dove problems. Throw a little seed on the ground for them and hang your feeders and your problems will be solved.

  • 5

    Wear gloves when mixing and wash your hands

    Posted by Eleanor on Oct 15th 2018

    The best stuff to keep squirrels and even bears out of your seed. Only mammals have taste buds, therefore they get a nice surprise when stealing seed.

  • 5

    The birds love it

    Posted by MichBman on Oct 15th 2018

    The only recommendation in have is do the coating outside. The fumes are really strong. Apparently word of this flavor has gone out as our Finch population seems to have doubled and no more squirels.

  • 5

    Second time's the charm. Working very well.

    Posted by chefjorge on Aug 25th 2018

    There may have been some user error the first time around, but this stuff is working very well and the feathered friends seem to love it. Not only are squirrels and raccoons not eating it, there are far fewer of them in the yard period, almost to non existent. Instead of having the raccoon clear out the seed in an evening, and squirrels breaking the feeders, I have many more birds. I weigh out 10 lbs. of black oil sunflower seeds in a black plastic garbage bag, measure out a quarter cup of the sauce and mix it very thoroughly wearing disposable nitrile mechanics gloves. Have gone from buying 25 lbs. of seed in a week or so to every 3-4 weeks.

  • 4

    Works as designed, but heed the safety instructions...

    Posted by Peter W on Jul 4th 2018

    Beware and heed the warnings about wearing protection when applying this to birdseed. I inadventatntly got less than a quarter of a drop on my cheek, near my eye and wowzer!

  • 5

    IT WORKS! I proved it!

    Posted by Sher on Jul 4th 2018

    Im disappointed, I didnt even see the squirrels try this, but I had a birds-eye view of a chipmunk climbing up my feeder to steal my birdseed. Aha! It didnt take long before he was gone like a flash! He did return and looked around my flat feeder; he very quickly reconsidered and hopped right back down. I know, I know, chipmunks need to eat too”but not MY birdseed, especially when its coated with Flaming Squirrel Seed Sauce.

  • 5

    This is the best stuff to keep squirrels away

    Posted by Sueb on Jun 27th 2018

    This is the best stuff to keep squirrels away. I put the first batch in the feeder and heard the squirrel hit it. I had painted all the edges with the hot sauce as well as mixing with the seed.That squirrel hopped out so fast he knock the feeder sideways.NO I dont feel sorry for those beasts. Now I can enjoyed the birds.

  • 4

    Thank Goodness it works great!! Wear gloves

    Posted by Kathleen Spencer on Jun 16th 2018

    What an oily mess! Thank Goodness it works great!! Wear gloves. Don't touch any lips, eyelids or .... I washed well, but hubby wasn't as careful! He was the next time. Birds now eat their ownseed!

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