Liquid Fence Deer and Rabbit Repellant Review

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This is one product that fulfills it’s promises, and a little bit can go a long way!

Liquid Fence 109 Deer and Rabbit Repellent Liquid Fence Deer and Rabbit Repellant Review is a product that was originally created as the home-made repellant of a retired biochemist and gardener.  The product was so popular with his friends and neighbors that he marketed it nationally, and it’s grown to be a huge brand over the past several years, selling natural and biodegradable solutions for a variety of pest and garden problems.  I first learned about it’s value from a local family owned nursery business, who swore by the product for the protection of the acres of trees, shrubs, and vegetables they reared for their customers.  The spray can be applied in small areas directly to the leaves and flowers of your plants, or, as is the case with my local nursery friend, you can spray it around the perimeter of your property, or on your fence to discourage deer and rabbits before they even enter your space.

I use this product professionally, and you may want to consider it for your own home or business.  It’s effectiveness is 100% what you are looking for if you have deer or rabbit problems.

The Recipe:

Liquid Fence boasts of including only natural ingredients in their deer and rabbit repellant, it is 100% biodegradable, and pet and people safe.  This ready-to-use liquid repellant discourages pests with an odor derived from eggs, the main ingredient, and with a taste that is absolutely abhorred by both deer and rabbits.  The product is active the moment you spray it on your property line, or on your flowers and vegetables, and it works for a minimum of 30 days, rain or shine.  It is safe for use on vegetables and consumables, and won the American Rose Society endorsement seal of approval in 2009, as the most effective way to keep deer away from roses.

Best Use Practices:

One bottle of Liquid Fence ready-made spray is strong enough for the average home or small commercial property.  I recommend purchasing one bottle at a time for the average homeowner, and using the entire bottle up before purchasing more.  Fresh ingredients make a repellant the most useful, and in the case of this repellent, keeping a partially opened bottle in any type of confined space may be a choice you end up regretting due to the strong odor of this product. The packaging is not very watertight around the spray nozzle and cap, so spills can occur easily, and the container will continually breathe out the smell.

When spraying Liquid Fence I strongly suggest purchasing some long rubber gloves to use during the application process.  The spray has a very unpleasant, and mildly fecal smell that I have discovered myself to stick to exposed skin for hours even after repeated scrubbing with soaps and water.  Keep long pants, and gloves on when you are utilizing this garden saver, and then sit back and let it work for you.

For homeowners who prefer a deer repellant without the offensive smell I recommend Organic Deer Stopper.

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Comments

  1. Welcome back to blogdom! I would say I hope the honeymoon and whatnot were great but I already know they were. Looking forward to more of your articles!

  2. Amy says:

    Hey Fred! Thanks a lot, it’s good to be back and running again. I hope your trip with the family is going well in Central America. Are you finding lots of material on home improvement projects down there, like how to carve your own tongue and groove stone masonry pieces like in Tikal?

    Happy travels!

  3. Deb Talarico says:

    Thank you for the excellent words about our product! I’d like to provide you with an updated product image… Please contact me at the provided email and I’ll send you one.

    Thanks Again for ssharing your valued experience!

    Deb Talarico
    Advertising Manager & Creative Director
    The Liquid Fence Company
    (570) 722-8165
    deb@liquidfence.com
    http://www.liquidfence.com
    http://www.liquidfencenews.com

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