Along with commercial deterrents, making a homemade deer repellent is always on the list of how to save money.
As with the store bought remedies, making your own deer deterrent is a temporary solution and must be reapplied frequently. Overall home made is not considered as effective as commercial options but they still work.
Each of the following have different effects.
Try using them separately or combine them to make recipes.
Also, use bitter and hot food items. They will stay longer helping keeping deer out.
Household Items for making homemade deer repellent:
Use wax paper cups to cover any soap, hair inside panty hose, etc.
This will extend the effectiveness of deer deterrents
from rain and other outside elements.
Foods that help for homemade deer repellent:
Be creative and try different things.
You may find you have created the best deer repellent around!
FYI tidbits that may be of interest when making homemade deer repellent:
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