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Home Remedies For Getting Rid Of Raccoons

Raccoons are very human-like creatures that enjoy some of the same foods that humans do. These cute little creatures have adapted very well to urban and suburban environments. These little guys will eat just about any and everything that they can swallow or chew. Needless to say, your garbage is an awesome target here.

While these wild, masked animals may seem cute and cuddly, they can also be dangerous. They may leave behind the eggs or a raccoon roundworm in their droppings and this is very fatal to humans. You can also come in contact with a sick or rabid raccoon. They may be cute to look at and adore, but you don’t want to get too close.

Just to keep you and your loved ones out of danger, there are a few home remedies that you may want to try and will find rather helpful. Ammonia is the perfect example of this. Since raccoons are very clean animals, they wouldn’t dare use the restroom in or near their den. In this case, throwing an ammonia soiled towel into the entrance of their home will make them believe that their den is soiled and they will go on a journey to find somewhere else to live.

Your garbage is certainly one thing that will attract these little guys. Since they eat any and everything, they can find just that in your trash. Since their hands and fingers resemble much of a human’s they can untie your trash and definitely dig through it, leaving garbage in your yard and the surrounding area. To protect your trash, use bungee cords to keep your lids on tighter or switch to solid metal trash cans.

Hot peppers and onions may also do the trick for you. Raccoons have a very sensitive sense of smell and the smell of hot peppers and onions is nowhere near appealing to them, thus acting as a repellent for these creatures. Put this specific remedy around your home and garbage and continue to do this for about 4 to 5 days.

On the same note of a raccoon’s sense of smell, they hate the smell of cucumbers because it is a very unpleasant one. You may want to think about planting a few cucumbers to keep them out of your garden. You may also want to place some close to fencing if you have any.

Having a radio around also gets the job done. Raccoons don’t want to be anywhere near humans; and for that fact of the matter, anywhere where they feel that humans are. They are quite intimidated by humans, but when they feel that no one is around, especially at night, they will come out and leave a trashy surprise in your yard for you to clean up in the morning.

A sprinkler system may also help. Since these guys usually come out during the night, try to pin point the time or times and set your sprinkler for those times. This may scare them off for good.

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