Lizard Repellent?

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One good lizard repellent is lemon based oil mixed with some water. Place the solution in a Super Soaker squirt gun and spray the lizards. The lizards don't like the smell of lemon and will run when you spray them with it. Mothballs placed around your plants will help keep the lizards out of your garden. There is also a commercial spray called Ridsect. it comes in an aerosol spray and claims to kill lizards in 6 weeks time.
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