Natural Skunk Repellent
Chop up a yellow onion, a jalapeno pepper and add a tablespoon
or cayenne pepper. Add ingredients to boiling water (2-3 quarts)
and boil for 15-20 minutes. Strain. Use a sprayer to apply
the skunk repellent to areas where you want
to repel skunks.
A Skunk is an animal that you really don't want to see especially
if its tail is in the air. Skunks come out at night to search
for food. They eat grubs, insects, vegetables, small mammals
and bird eggs. A great way to reduce the chance of attracting
a skunk is to use pesticides to reduce the grubs and insects
in your lawn. Also keep your garbage in sealed containers.
You can buy commercially made skunk and animal repellent
sprays or you can try the homemade skunk repellent.