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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Help keep cat's off of your furniture with Sticky Paws transparent sticky tape designed with a tactile feel cats avoid. Sticky Paws also helps control inappropriate elimination. This tape is medical grade adhesive and safe for pets and most furniture. This product is easy to apply and remove.
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It works. Does not look so good. Can probably take off now. But. I have been too lazy. Kind of expensive for double sided wide tape though.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
The sheets were difficult to remove and came off on my hand in a jumbled mess. I lost several of them while trying to get them to stick. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Mountain Laurel
My cat was scratching everything! I wish I would have found this a long time ago because it would have saved my vintage couches from my grandma. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Zackary Knibbe
Theses work perfectly! Ever since I added then tape to the corners of my couch, my roommates kitty has gone back to scratching on his scratch post. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Psy D
Trash....worse on your door frames then your cats and still dosnt keep them awayPublished 3 days ago by jjj
After buying this produc my cat hasnt scratched the same area. Im pretty impressed, however my leg hairs would get caught to it sine i have it on the side of my couch. Read morePublished 4 days ago by A. Salas
Cats seemed to care less and scratched right through it. Didn't stick well to our furniture.Published 4 days ago by M.Rea
They do leave residue. They left uncleanable strips of dried stickiness on our new microfiber couch. DO NOT USE ON MICROFIBER!Published 4 days ago by Preston D. Wilson
Seems to work just fine! Wish it didn't make my furniture look "tacky", but it is much better than the alternative of being torn up by kitty cat. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Chrysten S. Hinze