- THE BEST FOR BLOCKING HOLES – Easy to cut the shape you need! Senua copper mesh can be used to block holes of any shape and size. Simply just cut a piece off and either secure it over the gap or stuff the hole tightly. The mesh can be cut easily with standard scissors or a knife. Designed to stuff all kinds of openings to prevent unwanted guests or air from entering your home or office building. It is rustproof and works great to seal weep-holes and around plumbing or A/C vents.
- 100% COPPER – Stiffer, flexible and stronger material. Made of 100% pure copper NOT copper alloy like some others on the market. With a knitted construction, this copper mesh is almost impossible for them to gnaw through and very difficult for them to remove. As it made with qualified and stronger material it also helps to prevent bird problem. It is much reliable to use comparing with steel wool, as the wool easily get fire. Copper mesh is not flammable.
- STAY GREEN – It is a green way to block holes all around your house or office building. Compared with steel wool, copper mesh never rusts and leave stains on brick or wood. Why is copper so eco-friendly? The life of copper is infinite and does not have an end of life phase. This renewable resource can be recycled over and over again. An environmentally friendly, home safe and pet safe alternative to slug pellets, slug killer, mouse killer and rat killer.
- PACKAGING, ART PROJECTS, OTHER USES – High-quality Senua Copper wire mesh is great for art projects. It can be easily torn by hand, or cut with scissors or snips. It is stretchy and tubular, not flammable. Pack your gifts in a unique way for your friends by using this beautiful copper wire mesh. Copper mesh can be used as a wire sculpting material or as an alternative gift wrapping. Senua copper mesh is an effective cleaning utensil and can be used as copper scouring pads.
- DISTILLING – Senua’s %100 Copper mesh is also ideal for distilling. We recommend using a pound of copper mesh inside your still column. A majority of the old traditional stills you see are made out of copper, and there are good reasons for this. Copper will react with the hydrogen sulphide and isobutyl mercaptan vapours and form copper sulfate. This copper sulfate then bonds with fatty acids and oils to eliminate the rotten egg smells, creating a better tasting for the final product.