How to use squirrel repellents

Squirrels are small, funny creatures that you normally love seeing, but things change when they like visiting your garden. This greedy pocket-sized eater can be a threat in any flowering bulbs that you planted expecting a beautiful garden, bulbs being a feast for squirrels. So when you see them in your garden or when you find evidence of squirrels digging stop enjoying their sight and create a homemade squirrel repellent.

You will use only natural ingredients, no chemicals.

How to make it?

  1. Place a saucepan on the stove top and pour water until is ½ to ¾ full, and then begin heating it by switching on the burner.
  2. Use an onion and two fresh jalapeno peppers and place them into the boiling water after you previously peeled and chopped them into little pieces.
  3. Put into the water 1 tbps. of Cayenne pepper and 1 tbps. of paprika.
  4. Mix everything together and when the water is boiling let it seethe for another 15 to 25 minutes. After this time let it chill.
  5. By pouring the water through cheesecloth or a metal strainer into o bowl you will get a spicy, free of residue liquid.
  6. Find a spray bottle and pour your liquid by using a funnel or by hand. At the end place the top on.
  7. Now all you have to do is to spray the squirrel repellent you made throughout the plants and at the base of the plant. You must repeat the process once a week, mainly in rainy weather.
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