Using natural scents, such as citrus or cayenne, is a good way to repel skunks. Skunks and other animals often dislike strong smells, so using them in various areas within one's yard can help to keep them away. More »

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A natural skunk repellent can be made with a chopped jalapeño pepper, a chopped yellow onion and a tablespoon of cayenne pepper. These ingredients are boiled in 2 gallons of water for about 20 minutes, and the mixture is... More »

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To make a homemade mouse repellent, combine 2 tablespoons of castor oil, 6 tablespoons of liquid dish detergent, 1 tablespoon of hot sauce and a minced garlic clove, and apply the mixture to the mouse's entrance into the... More »

To rid a yard of a skunk, remove its food sources and shelter, choose a pest control method, and fence in the yard. Skunk control should begin before spring, which is the beginning of the breeding season. More »

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Using bright lights, white powder substances, citrus and ammonia, or removing den-building materials and removing food sources are ways to get rid of skunks. If skunks are not attracted to an area, find it difficult to m... More »

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A natural skunk repellent can be made with a chopped jalapeño pepper, a chopped yellow onion and a tablespoon of cayenne pepper. These ingredients are boiled in 2 gallons of water for about 20 minutes, and the mixture is... More »

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Common methods for killing skunks include shooting, injecting poisons and drowning, according to the Humane Society and AAAnimal Control. Trapping and removing skunks is the preferred method of getting rid of the garden ... More »

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