Skunk Smell Removal
Skunks around the house can be a real problem. They can do a lot of damage to lawns and flower beds, but perhaps the biggest nuisance they cause is odors around your home, not to mention spraying you and your pet, leaving behind a hard to get rid of skunk odor. We have solutions to all these skunk problems, including how to get rid of skunk smell issues once they hit.
Getting Rid Of Skunk Smell In The House
When a skunk sprays under your house or business, family life and businesses come to an immediate halt. We can evict your skunks forever and eliminate the smell. We can get rid of skunk or dead animal smell issues quickly, allowing you to continue with life. Skunk scent is the strongest and longest lasting scent known to man. Get rid of wildlife attracting skunk smells now, call today, we can help.
Home Made Skunk Spray Odor Remover Recipe
When you or your pets have been sprayed by a skunk the main thing you want to do is get rid of the skunk smell. We have a basic, easy to put together skunk spray odor remedy made from common ingredients, to help remove your skunk odor smell.
Be careful, however, as it can sometimes be an irritant to some animals and humans. It can kill some plants and grass and can bleach your clothing or pet’s fur.
Also, avoid mixing the spray ahead of time as it is not considered a “stable” product.
Skunk Spray Juice
1 quart of regular strength hydrogen peroxide
1/4 cup of baking soda
2 tablespoons of any liquid dish soap
We’ve found this recipe to work well in the past, however, we assume no responsibility for your usage of this mixture. The downside is that it may bleach, as peroxide does, but the upside is that it works better than many store bought skunk odor remover products that you can pay a lot of money for. Forget tomato juice. The acid in tomatoes do not break down the acid in skunk spray like these combined ingredients.
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When it comes to humane skunk control, learning more about them is always helpful. We've prepared some information for you on about them in general, a look at the damage they can do to lawns and flower beds, and how to get rid of them humanely once they become a problem.
9521 B Riverside Parkway, #343
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74137-7422