Easy Snake Remedy

Proven Snake Prevention



Use this Snake Remedy

as soon

the weather begins to warm.

One of the most

frightening things

can be

finding a snake

in your home or yard.

Snakes are Dangerous if surprised !!

This simple snake remedy can help

to make your home and yard safe

and free from snakes.

Depending on how large of home

and yard you have...

Buy enough boxes

of Old Fashion Moth Balls

to surround the area and an extra box

or two for snake hiding places.

Continue reading below for more hints

and tips about snakes.

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How to use the Snake Remedy.

Buy Old Fashion Moth Balls.

Do Not get the Cedar scented ones.

Using a handful of Moth Balls

toss them

so they fall about 6 inches to a foot apart..

this takes a little practice.

Walk and toss them as an invisible fence

around your yard and living area.

Toss extra Moth Balls under the house

and buildings, behind and into firewood piles

Under equipment thats outdoors and in your area.

Around old cars or other hiding places

on your property.

Any place you can think of where

there may be a snake,

toss a few moth balls.

Don't forget

to put moth balls out

before you

do the yard work in the spring.

Wash your hands when finished.

The Moth Balls last for months

depending on how much rain

the area gets.

If you find a snake or it rains for many days

then its a good idea to replace them.

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Author's Notes:

After living in the widerness for 15 yrs I can testifythat this works very well for keeping all snakes at bay.

I used an average of 6 boxes to treat about a five acre yard and large home. Determine where you want yoursnake invisible fence to be in reference to your living area. I make one large circle around our home,animal pens and horse barn.

The one year I didn't do this we had 6 rattlesnakes visit us but other years had no snake visitors with Moth Balls.

I don't think they like the odor.

Warnings and Safe Guards

* Do not let young children help or have a chance to put the moth balls in thier mouths.

* Young animals and other animals usually do not attempt to eat the moth balls because of the odor ...although a chicken will peck at it, it doesn't like it after one peck.

* Do not buy the Cedar Moth Balls.

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