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    Hi guys, I'm looking at these two products to stop anything into getting into the house through the weeping holes. I'm planning to do some garden beds so thinking of putting some for insurance as I've see a lot of cobwebs covering the weep holes as of this time of writing. Do you have any feedback or alternative suggestions?



    Weepa Protector - $27 (20 pack)



    Weepguard - $15 (10 pack)

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    Similar price per unit. Use the one you like the most.

    Stainless steel would be my choice, but I have no idea whether they do any good...

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    Thanks @r3nov8or, I was also thinking of the same thing. The Weepa Protector seems to be more discreet and less likely to be removed when bumped.

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