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You can use basic household items and equipment to make effective animal repellents that will keep cats and dogs from unwanted areas or activities. These repellents keep unwanted animals away without harming them. Avoid ... More »

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To make a homemade cat repellent, chop and mix one small onion with two cloves of garlic and 2 cups of hot water, strain and put the liquid in a spray bottle. Liberally spray the mixture around the desired area, and allo... More »

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Making homemade snake repellent takes under 10 minutes and requires protective gloves, a face mask, two buckets, powdered sulfur, mothballs, a zip-top freezer bag and cat litter. Mixing the crushed mothballs with cat lit... More »

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Essential oils such as lavender, lemongrass, citronella and eucalyptus are all effective indoor cat repellents. They can be used in their pure form, or they can be mixed with water and put into a spray bottle. Orange pee... More »

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Individuals who struggle with cats using garden beds as litter boxes can repel the animals by planting particular types of plants, using scent based repellents or adding sprinklers to the area, says About.com. It may als... More »

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Cat deterrent sprays work to discourage cats from jumping and resting in specific areas, as well as chewing things. There are many different brands and types of deterrents, including homemade sprays. More »

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There are several effective vole repellents, such as thiram-based repellents and rodent-proof garden fencing. Thiram-based repellents, including Shotgun Deer and Rabbit Repellent, need to be reapplied frequently and can ... More »

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