Pixie Guard

 

Pesky pixies need never be a problem again

Pixies! We all know that the little bastards get everywhere.

Once they're in your home they can cause havoc, gnawing through electrical cables, clogging up vacuum cleaners and interfering with household pets.

For many years now, people have tried all sorts of methods for dealing with pixie infestation, but the problem is that no one has successfully identified how they are able to gain entry into your home. Traditional wisdom has it that they get in down the chimney, but more recent theories have centred around the possibility of them crawling up through the plug hole in the bath.

However, Derek Cushion, Professor of Elves and Other Faerie Folk at Tweedledum University, has recently discovered that they are able to infiltrate most places of residence by limboing under doors.

To counter this problem, Cushion has come up with an ingenious new invention: Pixie Guard. Pixie Guard can be fitted quite easily to the bottom of any door, hatchway or flap. With Pixie Guard you can finally keep the little sods out once and for all!

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