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Which chemicals used for repellant of Snakes?

Mar

27

2011

Hello!I want to know the Name of chemicals which are used for repellant of Snakes.Somebody told me to use ‘Carbolic acid or boric acid’ for the above said purpose.Is it right?If not please suggest me the Names of chemicals which are used.Thanks.

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Answer #1


Both carbolic and boric acid and strong disinfectants put off
snakes.

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Answers Answered By: Sujithsom [222 Blue Star Level]
Answer #2


Mothboll or camphor is used as snake repellant.Other chemicals that can be used are
Cinnamon oil
Clove oil
Eugenol

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Answers Answered By: Krishnaverma [710 Orange Star Level]
Answer #3


Yes, the “Carbolic acid” works good, as snakes cannot bear the smell of it. It’s a widely used snake repellent.

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Answers Answered By: arupbsk [1890 Orange Star Level]
Answer #4


Yes carbolic acid works as snake repelent because of its bad smell

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Answers Answered By: bhargav ram [21 Grey Star Level]

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