Snake repellents can be made at home with basic household ingredients such as oils and cayenne pepper as well as moth balls and sulfur powder. Some repellents, such as those made of peppers and spices, work best when spr... More »

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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You can repel dogs and other pets from off-limits areas of your home and garden by making repellents from citrus, vinegar, ammonia or cayenne pepper. Each of these substances is completely pet-safe, repelling the pet thr... More »

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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All natural oils are effective snake repellents that can be applied in snake-prone areas. Plants like marigold and wormwood produce smells that naturally repels snakes around backyards and gardens. Snake-proof fences are... More »

Some natural lizard repellents include coffee powder, peacock feathers and onion. If possible, lizards should be left alive and taken back outside. More »

Mothballs or mothball flakes, ultrasonic sound emitters and sulfur are common remedies for repelling snakes. Local hardware and home improvement stores carry many products that claim to keep snakes away, including Liquid... More »