The demand for marten protection in cars, attics, carports and barns has been on the rise since the 1970s. Marten repellent methods are in demand, as stone martens are becoming increasingly comfortable around humans. Are you looking for products specifically intended to repel martens from your engine compartment? Look no further – we have the solutions you need to protect your car from marten damage!
Want to get rid of those pesky martens? Marten protection is extra simple with our professional anti-marten products. The martens in your car and attic are hypersensitive to unpleasant sounds and odours.
If you want to protect against automobile damage caused by martens, killing or even simply catching them isn’t an option. The stone marten, also known as the house marten or white breasted marten, is not an endangered species. However, it is protected under hunting laws. If you want to gain the upper hand on martens in your car or attic, then you’ll need our anti-marten products.
Looking for odour-based marten protection? Dampen approximately 4 x 4 cm pieces of sponge cloth with our STOP&GO marten repellent concentrated spray and hang them up about 1 to 2 m apart. This offers natural marten protection, as the stone marten will smell what it thinks are its enemies and will flee. This method has proved highly successful in preventing vehicle damage caused by stone martens.
Combine our marten repellent products to minimise any remaining risk, and you’ll achieve optimal, comprehensive marten protection.
High-voltage devices repel martens. Our high-voltage devices provide excellent protection against martens in your engine compartment. The mild electric shock scares the marten without causing it any damage.
Looking for other alternatives to get rid of martens in your car? Martens have highly sensitive hearing, so our ultrasonic devices are perfect for driving them out without being a nuisance to the human ear. For effective marten protection in attics and cars, try the STOP&GO device package with 5 individual battery-operated devices. Martens are creatures of habit. Our ultrasonic devices work with constantly changing frequencies to prevent them from getting accustomed to the sound.