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image of skunk. Shake-Away repellent for skunkSkunks taken up residence under your house or shed? Not only did they make themselves right at home, but they will likely tear up your lawn and garden too! How do you get rid of these smelly critters?

Shake-Away get rid of your Skunk problem… Naturally

Just as woodsmen have done for centuries, now you can use the most powerful skunk deterrent in the natural world... inborn, instinctive FEAR! Shake-Away Small Critter Granules contains the scent of the skunks worst enemy, the fox.

With Shake-Away for Small Critters (Fox Urine Granules) you can take advantage of the skunks instinctual fear of predators. By simply sprinkling Shake-Away around the area you want to protect, your skunk(s) will steer clear of the area “claimed” by the fox.

Using Shake-Away is Safe, Easy and makes No Mess

Unlike other harmful and messy repellents, using Shake-Away to get rid of skunks from under your house or shed, is safe and easy for anyone.

How to Apply around Gardens: Sprinkle Shake-Away lightly, directly on the ground around plants or areas you want to protect. You may also apply it directly on targeted plants. It is that simple!

How to Apply around Skunk Holes: Skunks will favor areas of your yard where insects and grubs are plentiful. Lightly dust those areas where they seem to be most active.

How to Apply Under Buildings: Place a small amount (2 oz) on a paper plate. Put a plate for every 10x10 foot area where small critters are getting in.

Tips for Hard to Get To Areas: Try our nylon "stocking balls". Put a golf ball sized portion of granules into an old nylon stocking and tie off the ends. You can then toss the “balls” into place. Please click on the "Directions" tab above to see what "stocking balls" look like.

Coverage: Each 20 ounce bottle covers up to 6,000 square feet when sprinkled directly on the ground around plants or areas of your yard that are targeted by critters. Each bottle makes about 15 stocking balls.

Shake-Away... Old School Tactics proven by Todays Science

Now you can use the same tactic that science has verified and woodsmen have taken advantage of for centuries. By applying the granules around your garden or flowerbed, you are sending the instinctual message to your rabbbit pest that a predator has “claimed” this area as his own. Self preservation will drive your skunk to find new sources of food and shelter.

Buy Shake-Away now and enjoy your buildings… Skunk Free

Imagine, your buildings skunk free with easy to use Shake-Away Small Critter Granules. It almost sounds too simple. That is what our satisfied customers said!

If you need more information to determine how Shake-Away can help with how to get rid of skunksplease see the navigation at the top of this page to find links to those and more information including testimonials, additional product size options, directions for use and frequently asked questions.

If you are ready to purchase Shake-Away skunk repellent, please click on the orange “Add to Cart” button below to begin our simple, secure checkout process.


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Best Choice For: Small Gardens and Flowerbeds. The 28.5oz container will put down a line of protection up to 855 feet long. Applying as instructed, this container will protect an area upto 20 by 42 feet for a month.

Best Choice For: Average size gardens flowerbeds & yards, The 4 lb size will put down a line of protection up to 2000 feet long. Applying as instructed, this container will protect an area up to 50 by 100 feet for a month.

Best Choice For: Large Gardens, Yards and flowerbeds. The 12 lb size will put down a line of protection up to 6000 feet long. Applying as instructed, this container will protect an area up to 200 by 400 feet for a month.

Best Choice For: "Hard to get to" area such as under buildings, attics, roofs, crawl spaces. Each Kit makes 15 stocking balls.
Once made, stocking balls can be tossed into "hard to get to" areas.

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