Enviro Protection Industries Co

Snake Scram All Natural Granular Repellent

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  • 186955000941 UPC
  • 3.5 Lb Bag Covers 2,100 Sq FT - 5.5 Lb Jar Covers 5,500 Sq Ft
  • Excellent natural repellent for getting rid of snakes
  • Use around stone piles, wood piles, around home foundations, garages, barns, sheds, gardens, flower beds, landscaping and pools.
  • Works on ALL TYPES of snakes!
  • Natural Repellent ... Contains NO chemicals and won't wash off with normal rainfall

Snake Scram is an excellent natural repellent for getting rid of snakes which prefer to locate in stone piles, wood piles, around foundations of homes, garages, barns, sheds, in gardens, flower beds and landscaping, and near pools. Using Snake Scram can protect you, your children and your pets from unwanted contact with snakes.

Ingredients: Cedarwood Oil, Rosemary Oil, Clove Oil, Cinnamon Oil, Garlic Oil, Peanut Shells

Snake Scram™ is specially formulated and tested to effectively deter & repel most snakes, including many poisonous species, such as rattlesnakes & copperheads, with their deadly venom. EPIC's all natural formula is highly offensive to a snake's Jacobsen organ receptors and causes them to leave treated areas. Snake Scram™ contains no chemicals and is a low cost solution to rid your property of unwanted snakes.

Using Snake Scram™ can protect you, your children and your pets from unwanted contact with snakes. Protect your property by placing Snake Scran™ on and around infested areas. Snakes like to live in damp, dark, cool places where food is abundant (and they are always looking for cool places to hide). So you need to eliminate these safe spots from your property. Be sure to review the list of likely places to find snakes below to reduce your risk of unintended contact with snakes. This will help to eliminate unpleasant surprises!

Likely places to find snakes around homes include:
  • Stacked firewood or compost heaps directly on the ground

  • Old lumber or junk piles

  • Gardens and flower beds with heavy mulch

  • Untrimmed shrubs & shrubs growing next to a foundation

  • Unmowed & unkept lawns, abandoned lots & fields with tall vegetation

  • Pond and stream banks with abundant debris and trash

  • Cluttered basements & attics with rodent, bird or bat problems

  • Feed storage areas in barn hay lofts where rodents live

  • Crawl spaces under houses