How can I repel snakes? Do moth balls work? I don't want to kill them. I just don't want to see them
Moth balls work to some extent. They contain a chemical called Naphtalene which overpowers their sense of smell and makes them want to go away. You can also get the chemical itself from specialized dealers. Keep in mind though, once the snakes are gone the rodent population they helped control will rebound.
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