Window Alert-Butterfly

Window Alert-Butterfly
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£7.95

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WindowAlert™

 

It's a distressing reality that hundreds of thousands of birds are killed every year by flying into windows. Fortunately there's an ingenious solution to this alarmingly widespread problem. Now available in a choice of three attractive shape options, WindowAlert is a decorative decal that clings by natural static attraction to any glass surface. It reflects the ultraviolet light we can't see, creating a brightly glowing warning that's clearly visible to birds. No adhesive or special fixing required. Each pack contains four decals.

Butterfly design only but we can also get  Maple leafdesigns.

 

Product CodeWIN56
ManufacturerJACOBI JAYNE
ConditionNew


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