How To Make Cayenne Pepper Spray Repellent  Hints, Tips and Tricks  7411 reads

Are varmints wreaking havoc all over your precious garden on a regular feeding-frenzy basis? Don’t fret, as the perfect solution is right here. It’s hot (literally), it’s super fast to make, and it’s guaranteed to drive the pesky pests away for good, so there’s absolutely no need for you to spend money on fencing, traps, and those commercially available pesticides which can severely stunt the growth and the health of your plants and vegetables.

It’s called the Cayenne Pepper Spray Repellent and here’s what you will need to make it:

Cayenne pepper powder
Hot water
Dishwashing liquid soap
Spray bottle

Place a saucepan over your stove and start to pre-heat it.

Place another pot filled with water on the stove and bring this to a boil.

When it’s warm enough, measure about 2 to 4 tablespoons of cayenne pepper powder and spread it all over the saucepan.

Add a couple of cups of boiling water to the cayenne pepper powder in your saucepan. Stir and let it boil.

Once your cooking is done, take it off your stove and let it cool.

Once cooled, pour this into your spray bottle.
Finish off with a few drop of dishwashing liquid soap.
Spray it on leaves, stems, petals, and stalks for maximum efficacy.

Some important reminders:

Do the spraying on a weekly basis and never on a windy day.

Wear gloves and a t-shirt with long sleeves when spraying your garden or vegetable patch as this mixture really stings when it comes in contact with the skin.

Do not freeze the bottle. Simply store it in your fridge and place a warning label so you or the people in your home won’t mistakenly use it.
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