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FRAGRANCE SET TO DETER MARTENS, ESPECIALLY A FRAGRANCE PENDANT

The subject matter of the invention is a fragrance set to deter martens, especially a fragrance pendant, in particular to deter beech martens (Martes foina) from cars in the garage. The fragrance set to deter martens, especially the fragrance pendant, has a container with through channels, preferably an organza pouch or a drawpiece with a sling, preferably insulated with an outer removable cover made of foil, containing at least two carriers of fragrance, preferably in the form of a polymer, and is characterized in that the hopper (1) has fragrance carriers (2), which are the fibers (3) of the mammalian coat, excrements (4) of predatory animals and/or mixtures thereof, preferably with wax, oil, polyacrylamide gel, most preferably with the addition of a capsaicin solution in the form of oleoresin. Favourably, the carrier (2) of fragrance is the fiber (3) of the dog's fur and/or human hair, most preferably in the ratio of 2/3 of dog hair and 1/3 of human hair. Optionally, the mixture of carriers (2) of fragrance comprises the fiber (3) of dog hair and human hair, preferably in the proportion of 2.5 dkg of dog hair and 1 dkg of human hair, and 2 cm3 of wax, preferably paraffin or stearin, mixed in 2% by weight with capsaicin. Preferably the mixture of carriers (2) of fragrance contains 1-3 cm3 of wax mixed with 2-4% by weight of 3-methylbutyric acid.


» Number: WO2018174734A1 (A1)

» Publication Date: 18//2/27/0

» Applicant: KUNAGONE SPOLKA AKCYJNA?[PL]

» Inventor: OLEJNICZAK ARTUR?[PL]

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