This long-lasting lizard deterrent uses all-natural ingredients compressed in easy-to-use granules. When spread, it produces an odor that lizards find offensive. As with the other repellents on this list, this lizard blocker is biodegradable and non-toxic.
Users have noted this is an excellent replacement for mothballs, and it tends to work pretty well when reapplied after rain. Many individuals have used the granules as part of a spray for easier application and better coverage.
The odor of this repellent is quite strong and seems to have a different offending smell for different users. Unfortunately, the odor seems to be better at repelling humans and attracting flies, so you may wish to use with a spray to diffuse it a bit.
This non-toxic pest control solution is safe to use around children and pets. Lizard Blocker is rain resistant and has a very offensive odor to lizards that causes them to leave the area.
This product 100% Naphthalene free. Naphthalene is a nasty poison that is an ingredient in many of the reptile repellents on the market today. Lizard Blocker is the humane way to control small reptile pests and does not contain any toxins or poisons.
When lizards are active, lightly sprinkle a band four to six inches wide, next to and around the area you wish to protect. It is not necessary to completely cover the ground with product. One pound will treat a band 6 inches wide by 75 feet in length. Do not water in after application. Reapply product after heavy rains or every two weeks to obtain best results.
Remember to be careful when approaching any lizard. Not all lizards are harmless. Many lizards bite or have sharp spines. Handling lizards is best left to the experts. Contact your local wildlife/game management office for further information.
Before using this product, consult with your State or local wildlife authorities to ensure that use does not present a hazard to any threatened or endangered species.
Store and transport in an upright position. Store only in original container, in a dry place inaccessible to children and pets. Avoid contamination with food and animal feed.
Container Disposal: Do not reuse empty container. All containers should be triple rinsed then offered for recycling or disposed of in a sanitary landfill.