It's amazing how an animal's clever antics quickly become annoying and frustrating. We may admire a squirrel's dexterity when we watch them scooping out the inside of an acorn. But watch that same squirrel, balance and twirl on branches of tree limbs in an effort to get into our houses and our admiration quickly turns to anger and frustration.
"Due to construction in my neighborhood, several gray squirrels recently relocated to a maple tree that abuts my deck. The squirrels have been very problematic: coming onto the deck, scurrying around on railings, and testing my dog and me to the limits. I was not encouraged by some of the reviews on this product, but decided to give it a try.
This product has been very successful in keeping the Maryland gray squirrels off of my deck, out of the lower branches of the maple tree, and off of the railings. The effects last at least two weeks, but if there is a heavy rain, I do need to re-apply. I only apply about 12 squirts around the railing, about 12 squirts to the trunk of the tree and some more squirts to lower branches that are accessible to the deck. This has been a great solution. No more dog scratching the door trying to get out to chase squirrels."
- Pat via Amazon
There's no doubt about it - squirrels can be quite clever and troublesome. Sometimes, they feel like a nut...sometimes they don't. And when squirrels don't feel like the acorns and twigs found in the wild and start eating your plants, your buds, your flowers - that's when it's time to take action and get rid of squirrels!
I Must Garden RTU Spray Squirrel Repellent was developed to repel squirrels from destructively chewing on flowers, buds and plants. Spray freely on your rose, rhododendron and camellia buds. Finally you can see your plant bloom in all its glory. Squirrels will also eat the leaves of plants. You can keep squirrels from eating the leaves of your plants by spraying them with
I Must Garden Squirrel Repellent. Tree twigs and bark are other foods favored by squirrels. It's one thing when squirrels eat twigs from a 60 foot tall Oak Tree, but it's an entirely story when they eat twigs and bark from your prized Japanese maple or young Weeping Kwansan Cherry. I Must Garden Squirrel Repellent is safe to spray on the bark and twigs of trees to get rid of squirrels and prevent squirrels from chewing and gnawing.
I Must Garden Squirrel Repellent can also be sprayed on other items in your garden that squirrels find appealing. Protect your outdoor furniture with I Must Garden Squirrel Repellent. Squirrels will chew on inexpensive plastic furniture just as readily as they will chew on costly teak furniture. Squirrels just seem to like plastic and have been known to chew on all types of plastic articles found in the garden such as -pots, irrigation lines, fencing, garbage cans, irrigation covers, watering cans, tool handles, flower markers, statues - you name it - they'll chew it! I Must Garden Squirrel Repellent will protect your garden from their destructive chewing.
Plastic articles aren't the only things that squirrels will gnaw on. They will destroy hypertufa pots and troughs, cement and resin statuary, lattice work, trellises, rubber hoses, rope hammocks and more. There's really nothing they won't try. By spraying with I Must Garden Squirrel Repellent you can put a stop to the damage and get rid of the problems they cause.
I Must Garden RTU Granular Squirrel Repellent was developed to repel squirrels from digging. Whether they are digging in pots or plants or you prized tulip bed, you can sprinkle I Must Garden Granular Squirrel Repellent directly onto soil and mulch. Squirrels don't like the smell of the granules so they look other places for food.
You can use a combination of spray and granules when planting bulbs. Thoroughly spray bulbs with I Must Garden Squirrel Repellent, let dry and then plant as usual. You can mix some granular repellent in with the soil as you plant and finish with a sprinkling of repellent on the top of the soil when done.
I Must Garden Squirrel Repellent can also be used to keep squirrels from uprooting and damaging plants in pots. Newly planted seedlings are often prime targets. How often have you planted some pansies in a pot on a deck or porch only to find a shallow hole in the soil and the pansies left withering on the ground. Prevent squirrels from such destructive behavior by spraying your plants or sprinkling the soil with I Must Garden. Both products may be used together for even greater control.
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