How to get rid of ground moles with dawn soap

Dawn soap is known as an excellent dish cleanser, is recognized for its ability to safely clean wildlife that have been trapped in oil spills, and it is great for washing your flea- bag dog. Add one more star to Dawn’s growing list of accolades. Dawn is now a main ingredient in a sure fire mixture that swears to rid your yard of moles. Moles destroy yards as a side effect of their constant feeding. Their tunnels weaken the strength of your yard. Burrowing around your yard will kill your grass from the roots up. Moles have super strong arms, and powerful claws for digging. They can dig through pipes, electrical lines, and pools, causing expensive problems. If you are tired of dead grass trails, and an obstacle course of dirt mounds and trip holes, then you might want to try this. The Mole deterrent will drive the mole away without causing it, you, or your yard any harm. This mixture is perfectly safe for your family and pets. The mixture contains no harmful chemicals or dangerous components. It is designed to work naturally by appealing to the mole’s sense of smell. This formula comes from the fertile mind of the garden guru Jerry Baker. Baker is known for his hundreds of yard –saving DIY remedies that get rid of your pests in a natural way.

The Mole Deterrent

What you will need: Ammonia, dawn dish soap, urine (from any carnivore or omnivore), castor oil, measuring cups, a tablespoon, a hose end sprayer or a large spray bottle

Mix your ingredients in these proportions. If you are using a hose end garden sprayer, put all the ingredients straight in to the sprayer. They will mix properly when the hose is turned on.

• 1 cup of ammonia
• 1/2 cup of Dawn dish soap
• 1/2 cup of urine
• 1/4 cup of castor oil

If you have no hose end sprayer, mix 2 tablespoons of the mixture with one gallon of water. Fill your spray bottle.

Spray your entire yard liberally. Make sure to spray all around your home as well as any outbuildings on your property. Pay special attention to mole holes and bare tracks in your yard. Spray once a week for 3-4 weeks. In no time at the mole should abandon its tunnels and leave. Fill in all the holes you can find. Save the rest of your mixture in case, another mole shows up. Keep you mole deterrent in a clearly marked sealed container in your garage or garden shed. When properly stored, this mixture will last indefinitely.

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How to get rid of ground moles with dawn soap

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