How To Get rid of a skunk?

June 11, 2008 · Filed Under How to get rid  Bookmark and Share

Knowing how to get rid of skunks is no easy thing. The defensive and stinky nature of skunks means that if you startle or anger the skunk, you could end up getting into some serious, smelly trouble. But getting rid of skunks is not impossible. Let’s take a look at the ways to get rid of a skunk in your garden.How To Get rid of a skunk

How to Get Rid of Skunks- Uses the strongest force in nature (instinctive FEAR) to your advantage

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How to Get Rid of Skunks- Make a mixture of “1 quart of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide (drug store variety), 1/4 cup of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) and a teaspoon of liquid detergent. After 5 minutes rinse the animal with water. The mixture cannot be stored as it readily becomes ineffective. Also, IT MUST NOT BE STORED IN A CLOSED CONTAINER. It releases gas so the container may break and pose an explosion hazard. It is best to mix it in an open container and use it immediately. One final caution, the recipe may bleach the pet’s hair.”

How to Get Rid of Skunks-
Keeping pet food covered or inside. It is never a good idea to leave food for a cat or dog outside over night. Skunks are attracted to the easy meal and they just might decide to move in for good. In addition, a host of other scavengers can decide to pay visits when food is left out. Watch out with bird feeders, too. Don’t let the seeds fall on the ground.

How to Get Rid of Skunks- If the skunk got you or your clothing, a well-known home remedy to the odor is soaking the area with tomato juice. But this doesn’t work. Tomato juice, while acidic, doesn’t really get rid of the sulfuric skunk funk. You’re better of using a home mix of:

1 quart 3% hydrogen peroxide
1/4 cup baking soda
1 tsp liquid soap

How to Get Rid of Skunks-  Skunks are nocturnal and stay hidden during the day time. Thus, flooding an area with light can potentially help in keeping them away.

You can use automated sprinklers to get rid of skunks. These sprinklers automatically spray on any animals, which they sense roaming in your ward.

Pepper spray is another tool that can be used to keep skunks at bay. They are effective but require reapplication every few days.



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