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Replacement Cap for PMCA Excluder Ultimate Gourd for Purple Martins -Crescent Entrance

Original price $2.95 - Original price $2.95
Original price
$2.95
$2.95 - $2.95
Current price $2.95
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Threaded replacement cap for the access ports for the PMCA Excluder Ultimate Gourd for Purple Martins -Crescent Entrance.

Dimensions: 4.50 (D) x 4.50 (W) x 2.50 (H) inches

Note: Listing is for ONE CAP.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Jeanne Windsor
Problem Perfectly Solved!

The replacement caps fit my plastic gourds perfectly and solved a problem I've had for years. I thank you and my martins thank you!

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James Daniel
Fix "achilles heel" of Excluder Gourd

The PMCA excluder ultimate gourd is an excellent Alternative to the natural gourds, I used to use, that we're unsafe for baby martins after only a couple of years. There was always a worry if the bottom would drop out. But after converting to these plastic units a few years back, I noticed that the screw on tops were deteriorating from the sunlight, developing cracks. I went back to the pet store where I purchased the gourds and asked them if they could get me some replacements, but they couldn't so I searched the web and came up with these! They fit perfectly and restore the safe and dry housing that I am providing for my birds, at a very reasonable price to boot.

Tip: I am protecting these new ones by adding a layer of aluminum duct tape to the outside flat surface which will reflect the sun's rays. This not only will help thwart the degradation of the plastic but also reduce the heat inside during those sweltering summer days. I ventilate my gourds by drilling two 1/2" holes near the top and gluing in a couple of PVC plumbing street els, with the opening facing downward to prevent rain entry. These can be purchased cheaply at Lowe's or any plumbing supply.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
100%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
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J
Jeanne Windsor
Problem Perfectly Solved!

The replacement caps fit my plastic gourds perfectly and solved a problem I've had for years. I thank you and my martins thank you!

J
James Daniel
Fix "achilles heel" of Excluder Gourd

The PMCA excluder ultimate gourd is an excellent Alternative to the natural gourds, I used to use, that we're unsafe for baby martins after only a couple of years. There was always a worry if the bottom would drop out. But after converting to these plastic units a few years back, I noticed that the screw on tops were deteriorating from the sunlight, developing cracks. I went back to the pet store where I purchased the gourds and asked them if they could get me some replacements, but they couldn't so I searched the web and came up with these! They fit perfectly and restore the safe and dry housing that I am providing for my birds, at a very reasonable price to boot.

Tip: I am protecting these new ones by adding a layer of aluminum duct tape to the outside flat surface which will reflect the sun's rays. This not only will help thwart the degradation of the plastic but also reduce the heat inside during those sweltering summer days. I ventilate my gourds by drilling two 1/2" holes near the top and gluing in a couple of PVC plumbing street els, with the opening facing downward to prevent rain entry. These can be purchased cheaply at Lowe's or any plumbing supply.