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The garlic based spray is Liquid Fence Snake Repellant.
The garlic based spray is Liquid Fence Snake Repellant. You can purchase it online, from their website. Another option is Snake Out, which uses clove, cinnamon & cedar oils. Snake Out has a much more pleasant smell to humans. Most snake repellants contain naphthalene, which is where that "moth ball smell" comes from. Moth balls can also be used as a deterrant, as they also contain naphthalene. However, naphthalene is listed as a "possible carcinogen" by the IARC, and when there are alternatives, it may be good to err on the side of caution. Hope that helps.
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