Critter Ridder Spray

SKU: 589

$22.50 $17.50

Critter Ridder Spray
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Havahart Critter Ridder is an effective animal repellent packaged in a convenient ready-to-use spray bottle. Contains a patented pepper-based formula that produces a powerful odor and taste barrier. Repels dogs, cats, groundhogs, chipmunks, squirrels, raccoons and skunks for up to 30 days! Ideal for landscaped areas, lawns & gardens, ornamentals, garbage cans and bird feeders. OMRI Listed for use in organic gardening.

Available size: Quart (32 oz) Spray – treats up to 320 square feet.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

Lawns & Gardens:
To discourage unwanted animals from entering, spray a five-foot wide perimeter around lawn or garden for border protection. Apply 0.10 oz. (approximately 3 full trigger sprays) per square foot. More frequent application may be necessary during periods of heavy, prolonged rainfall.

Garbage Bags:
To reduce frequent tearing of garbage bags, spray entire bag thoroughly, including the bottom. Apply 0.10 oz. Critter Ridder (approximately 3 full trigger sprays) per square foot. For optimum protection, treat garbage bags within 72 hours of pickup.

Bird Feeders:
To discourage the raiding of bird feeders, wet area around bird feeder, including pole, branches and tree trunk. Bird feeders can be sprayed directly to enhance repellency. Use spray setting for feeder and stream setting for all other areas. Apply 0.10 oz. (approximately 3 full trigger sprays) per square foot. More frequent application may be necessary during periods of heavy, prolonged rainfall.

Active Ingredients:
Oil of Black Pepper ….. 0.480%
Piperine ….. 0.185%
Capsaicin and Related Capsaicinoids ….. 0.032%

Other Ingredients ….. 99.303%

Product Label – PDF format
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) – PDF format

Grower’s Tip:
Do NOT apply product directly to new transplants, newly rooted cuttings or plants stressed by drought. Avoid application to plants when temperature exceeds 90° Fahrenheit.

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