How to Repel Lizards?

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You can try the electronic lizard repellents on the market. Other ways are natural such an leaving an empty eggshell in areas you seem them frequent and also hanging peacock feathers, these two items cause the lizard to instinctively get out of dodge due to the signs of their greatest predators.... birds.
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The best way to repel lizards is to remove anything from around your home that attract them. Your uninvited guests might be gravitating to rocks, log piles, and any food sources. If they are coming into your home; seal any openings 1/4 inch or more. I like them outside but not in! For more information look here: Lizard Management ;
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Take an egg. Empty the egg shell by making a hole on the broader side of the egg Wash the empty egg shell and hang it somewhere in the room particularly near window, door or the enterance
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Stone is right,lizards can be a great asset in your garden.I live in Australia & the blue tongue lizards eat snails & other garden pests.I had two living in my garden for
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insects have a very simple nervous system and that is what most insecticides target..for the most part lizards are not considered pest, so there would be no market to create a product
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