Cole's FS16 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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89 Reviews

  • 5
    The absolute solution

    Where I live we have the smaller Douglas squirrels, but they can empty a feeder very quickly! We have tried all manner of shields and feeders to no avail. When I first put Coles in the birdseed, I looked to find a squirrel sitting there having a feast and was so disappointed. I shewed him off, then watched him sit on a stump trying vigorously to clean his mouth and paws. He must have spread the word, since that was over a month ago and I have not seen a squirrel since!

  • 5
    Great product but price has gone up greatly!!

    I mix this liquid in with my wild bird seed to keep the ratsmice away and it works! But the price has almost doubled!! Hoping it comes down as we get back to regular business.

  • 5
    The only thing that has worked for me!

    In my battle to protect the birds' food supply from the hated but respected squirrels in my backyard, I've tried and failed many times! I have "squirrel proof" ha! feeders. I've moved the feeders away from trees, hung them in hard to get places. I've made my own red pepper mix. It wasn't until I stumbled upon this menacing looking syrupsauce that I finally found something that works!I read reviews about leaking or cracked bottles being delivered. I was worried, but my bottle was bubble wrapped and packed well. No leaks or cracks.Make sure to wear a glove when handling this stuff. Getting some on you hands doesn't hurt. It's when your hands spread it that things get a little dicey. When you pour this stuff, it looks like blood. I used about a cap full between my two feeders. You basically want to start to see a color change in the bird seed if you've ever had BBQ sunflower seeds, that's the look I got.The great thing about this stuff is that not only does it deter squirrels, but it attracts more birds! That was almost immediate for me! I've even mixed a little of this sauce with my homemade red pepper mix and sprayed my apple tree with it use a mask and dirty clothes. Seems to be working so far!Definitely recommend this to solve your squirrelchipmunk issues. I'll be buying more!

  • 5
    Great for squirrels, but now we have mice eating the seed!

    This stuff is amazing!! It has completely stopped our issue with squirrels eating ALL the birdseed!! They tried it once and never returned! The birds absolutely LOVE the seed and our feeder is always full of a wide variety of different species. Now the issue is a fat mouse that has doubled in size-go figure who climbs up the tree and gorges itself on the seed. We havent been able to trap it yet and we are going through birdseed at an alarming rate. I wish this stuff worked for mice, but sadly it does not. One caution. be careful when you are mixing the hot sauce into the seed as the fumes are very strong and irritating to your nose and lungs. I cant imagine its harmful, its just a lot of hot all at once. Also wear gloves when washing the tools used to mix it because it burns your skin. Its like cutting jalapeños, take caution.

  • 5
    Enjoying my birdfeeders

    I really like this product. I would say 80% works. However, I had one squirrel that still wanted to eat but not as much. Definitely wear gloves when mixing this formula! Just do it. I did not thinking, oh I can do this neatly, and a small amount of formula got on my finger. It took me several washings and lingered even then. Eating a sandwich? You just added red hot pepper. I will order again.

  • 5
    Does what it says -- squirrels will avoid

    I was ready to do trap and release on squirrels but thought I would give this a try. This is essentially hot sauce you mix with seed. Well, I had a hard time believing it would work but birds really do not sense the heat and squirrels won't go near it. I saw one approach but I guess it got a whiff and decided to pass. Surprisingly, a little bit goes a really long way. A couple of tablespoons covers a lot of seed. Well worth it.

  • 5
    Worked like a charm. But beware, and don't be a fool like me.

    I was completely over the squirrels emptying out our bird feeder on the deck. They were constantly chasing the birds away and were destroying my very expensive feeder. It's not that I'm anti-squirrel. I even bought a squirrel feeder and squirrel feed and installed it right next to the steps that they would come up to the deck. They passed right by it, only eating the peanuts out of it, and back onto the deck and the bird feeder they came. Four or five at a time. I bought this Sauce of Satan and mixed it in with the bird seed and they immediately stopped coming. I probably missed seeing the others because I only saw one come and give a couple seeds a try. He took a bite, made a quick shake of his head, and ran to the edge of the deck. I can only assume he was wondering what volcano the molten lava that just crossed his cute little rodent lips had came from. And then he was outta there! Not another single squirrel all day. And they are now feasting at the squirrel feeder, like they ought to. And the birds are loving it. Beware though. This stuff is potent. I mixed it into the seed with my bare hands. No big deal. Didn't burn or irritate one little bit. It was the foolish act of going to the restroom and giving a shake, if you catch my drift, before washing my hands. Holy Moses! One of the dumbest things I've ever done in my life. Oh, it took a few minutes for the fires of Hades to ignite. But once it did..... 20 minutes in an ice cold shower later and I could walk again. Go ahead and laugh at my foolishness, I'm sure the squirrels would have gotten a chuckle out of it too.

  • 5
    Squirrels are staying off my bird feeders

    I put this on the bird feeder rather than in the food. Once the squirrels touch the feeder they leave and dont come back. The birds are not affected by the hot taste. I use an old tooth brush and just brush on the bird feeder where the squirrels get. This is extremely hot. Even after scrubbing my hands it burns my eyes if I touch them. I suggest wearing disposable gloves when handling the bottle. This is some very hot stuff. Dont touch your eyes nor lips. Love how my birds are getting the food rather than the squirrels gobbling it all up.

  • 5
    Buy this if you want hot sauce and to keep away squirrels!

    I have used this product for a few years. I dribble it along the bird feeder poles so the squirrels can't climb up them. I also dribble a little on and around the hot suet cakes I put out. It works great. It's so potent if you mistakenly get a drop on your hands, it will take a lot of work to get even a hint of it off. I've had to spray bleach on my fingers jjust to get what's left of the aroma of this stuff off of me! It's that strong. Birds cannot taste or smell so it doesn't bother them. But boy do the squirrels HATE this stuff! I have feeders all around my house and this a little drop keeps those varmits away from my feeders. Put a drop or two on the posts where the birds stand so the squirrels can't rest on them to get to the seed. Be creative with it...but always, always protect your hands. Once you get it on your hands, the smell alone reminds you that you've used it. It's not poison, it's just so very freaking hot....

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