SCORPION REPEL SURFACE TREATMENTS AND METHOD FOR SAME

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United States of America

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16456464

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A system and method of applying a slick surface, such as silicone epoxy, is applied on a vertical wall (on or around the perimeter of a structure), as a means of preventing (bark) scorpions (or other insects/arachnids) from climbing up walls. The system is intended, in part, to keep the Arizona bark scorpions out of homes. Vertical surface areas around the home are treated with a material such as silicone. A clear silicone epoxy, that when dry, prevents scorpions from climbing vertically up into a home or structure. This non-toxic epoxy is applied to the base of a home, including door thresholds, steps or other parts of a home which makes contact with the ground. The epoxy is applied to the area by sprayer.

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95 APPLICATIONS L L C2697 E ALOE PLACE CHANDLER AS 85286

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Inventor Name Address # of filed Patents Total Citations
Gonzales, Aaron Gilbert, US 1 0
Gonzales, Tony Chandler, US 1 0

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