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Fresh Cab Botanical Rodent Repellent

Blain # 724026 | Mfr # 051782

Blain's - Fresh Cab Botanical Rodent Repellent
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  • Repels by odor that is offensive to rodents, but not to humans
  • Balsam fir oil, a botanical pesticide
  • Adds a very pleasant fresh, woodsy scent to your home or business that you will enjoy but rodents will not
  • Safe to use

Technical Description

Type: Repellent
Quantity: 4 Pack

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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store
susan m on Oct 15, 2015
This REALLY works. And it smells so nice.
Lynn A on Dec 7, 2014
Best product on the market for keeping out mice; no harmful chemicals; no killing of mice involved.
JEANE S on Apr 16, 2015
Used before
Joe H on Nov 21, 2014
Does this product work for skunks? Is it safe to use around house pets?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2013
Best Answer: I believe this product would be somewhat effective on repelling any animal with a sensitive nose. It is strongly aromatic, but not exactly unpleasant. I have had no trouble with any animals getting into my farm equipment since I started putting a bag of this stuff under the hoods of each parked vehicle/tractor. I'd say it is safe to use around any animal/pet, as I cannot imagine any of them eating it. They just get a whiff and then keep their distance. Hope this info is helpful.
Reply · Report · Stephen E on Oct 9, 2013
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How long will it last?
rick k on Mar 20, 2015
Best Answer: I bought Fresh Cab in Oct 2013. I put 2 bags in my shed immediately and the second 2 bags about 6 months later. To be honest , I forgot about them until you asked a question. I checked today and they still have some scent but probably not strong enough to deter pests. I have added rodent bait but there has not been any activity noticed at the recent visits by my pest man. I assume to repellent is still working. I t is probably time to renew as the snow is finally melting away and rodent activity is increasing. Hope this helps. Bill B.
Reply · Report · William B on Mar 20, 2015
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Can it be used in a chicken coop?
Dale S on Nov 6, 2014
Best Answer: I see no reason why not, as I doubt the chickens would peck at it and/or ingest it. I know that grouse will eat mountain laurel, but these shavings have a pretty strong smell. I guess it works as I have had no trouble with mice in my equipment where I am using these packets and I did have some trouble before I started using it.
Reply · Report · Stephen E on Nov 17, 2014
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