Bitter Biter

Bitter Biter

(3 customer reviews)

$27.00 SRP

NRG Bitter Biter

Avert fence munching with the most bitter taste, NRG Bitter Biter.

NRG Bitter Biter is a quick drying water-based emulsion designed to paint on timber surfaces where your animals love to chew.

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Description

NRG Bitter Biter

Avert fence munching with the most bitter taste, NRG Bitter Biter.

NRG Bitter Biter is a quick drying water-based emulsion designed to paint on timber surfaces where your animals love to chew.

Key Benefits
• The most bitter taste
• Does not contain capsicum
• Does not return positive swab
• Quick drying
• Water-based emulsion
• Permanently dries clear
• Water resistant qualities
• Assist in protecting timber
• Lasts for month so no need to keep reapplying on a regular basis
• No harsh fumes
• Once dry, will not rub off or spoil clothing

The Bitter Biter emulsion goes on white and dries with a clear low gloss finish. Once dry, the paint will not rub off or spoil your clothing. With water resistant qualities, Bitter Biter will protect your timber from the weather as well as animals.

With no harsh fumes, Bitter Biter is non-toxic and will last for months, so there is no need to reapply on a regular basis.

Containing no capsicum, Bitter Biter will not return a positive swab.

Download our Bitter Biter Safety Data Sheet

3 reviews for Bitter Biter

  1. Tracey Baker

    An indebted thank you to Boyce and The NRG Team for helping to stop our cheeky 8-month-old lab puppy from chewing the dangerous electrical cords around our home! We applied NRG Bitter Biter two weeks ago, and there have been no more mishaps since!

    NRG Team Bitter Biter Review Tracey Baker Jax

  2. James & Bronwyn Harvey (Patanga Park)

    Having been in the horse industry for many years from competing, pleasure riding, breeding and everything in between there has always been a need for a product to prevent horses chewing, playing with, and generally doing damage to fences, rugs stable etc.

    We have really enjoyed working with NRG, testing, sampling, and refining their fabulous new product ‘Bitter Biter’.

    We have used the product in our hard wood round yard where we have always had trouble with horses chewing the rails. We painted several experimental coats many months ago before we were eventually happy with the results. Through a tough Melbourne winter, the horses are still reluctant to chew or lick the rails.
    Having confidence in the results from the round yard, we also painted the product on various walls and doors in our new barn. The horses have not touched those areas.

    We continue to use and recommend ‘Bitter Biter’.

    The significant points of difference between this and other products are
    1. Longevity
    2. Ease of use
    3. Invisible
    4. No airborne fumes for the user

    NRG Team Bitter Biter Review Patanga Park Stables

  3. Hinnerk Hueppe – Hannover Lodge

    We have been using Bitter Biter for almost 2 months and continue to be very pleased with the results .

    The product seems to be working very well on timber posts and rails , plastic troughs, as well as steel products . If given an appropriate time to dry, the product will work over a period of weeks without impacting the horse’s appetite or water intake.

    It is a very good alternative and very simple to apply for any Team Member.

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Benefits

BENEFITS
The most bitter taste
Does not contain capsicum
Does not return positive swab
Quick drying

Directions

• You will need paint brush for application
• We advise wearing disposable gloves, face mask and eye protection
• Stir contents prior to use
• We advise testing on a small area first, ensuring suitability
• Apply two coats. 1/ First coat will soak into timber 2/ After 24 hours, apply second coat for maximum bitter taste
• To clean up, simply rinse brushes through with water straight away
• Wash your hands with warm soapy water
• Thinning not recommended
• Keep horses away from emulsion for 30- 60 minutes until dry