Repellex Deer & Rabbit Repellent Reviews
From webmaster at Deer-Departed:
Repellex Original Deer and Rabbit Repellant is a liquid spray that is designed to keep deer and rabbits away from your property. The unique liquid is designed to adhere to organic surfaces offering 90 days of residual protection. The active ingredients are all natural, combining garlic oils, pepper and dried blood, to create powerful, dual action barrier targeting the pest’s smell and taste.
Applying Repellex is simple. Spray the liquid onto the leaves and stems of all your garden plants and then walk away. It is recommended to apply Repellex on dry days and reapply after a rain for best results. Treat new growth as soon as it is visible.
Repellex does have a strong odor when initially applied and can stain white or light colored plants due to its red pigmentation, but in most cases the odor will dissipate after 24-48 hours and the staining will disappear after a few rainshowers.
One quart of Repellex Original Deer and Rabbit Ready-to-Use Spray will protect approximately 30-40 fully mature 16-18 inch tall plants. A gallon will last through 120-160 plants. The Ready-to Mix concentrate will go significantly farther when mixed properly.
Here’s what our customers have to say about Repellex Original Deer and Rabbit Repellant:
"Repellex Original Deer and Rabbit Repellent is fantastic! I sprayed some on my flower garden and it does smell terrible, but it really works, especially on the roses. The smell went away after a day or so, just like advertised, and it lasts a long, long time. I would recommend this product to anyone who has trouble keeping deer and rabbits away from thier gardens.
From GeeBee 509 on Amazon:
This product absolutely works. We had deer nipping the buds off our rose bushes and rabbits nibbling down the flowers of our Impatiens.
With just a light spray, it stopped all the critters. It has a horrible smell so I wouldn't use it on herbs or vegetables but it sure does the job on ornamentals. It seems to last a long time even after several weeks of rain and sprinkler soaking. I think it may be creating a conditioned response in the animals' behavior so that they leave these plants alone.
I found this at a local nursery last year and am so sold on it, I am buying it by the gallon.