Do you have a snake problem? Or perhaps you’re only trying to prevent one. We have good news for you! We’ve done a lot of research to bring you this snake repellent buying guide, which will teach you all you need to know about choosing a snake repellent! Don’t get stuck with slithery friends that aren’t welcome in your yard. Let’s take a look at what you should know before you start shopping.
Type: Snake repellents come in all types of forms, including granules (the most common), sprays that you can line perimeters with, or even stakes that send out shockwaves. Choose the option that’s best for you!
Coverage: This refers to how much of your yard a single package or quantity of the repellent is going to cover and keep protected. Larger yards might want to default to stakes, as they cover a large area.
Pet Safe: Is it safe to use these around your pets? Most of the time the answer is yes. Snake repellents are often natural and safe for use – even for the snake! Non chemical repellents are a great option for pet owners.
Plant Safe: Is it safe to use in your garden, or will it kill the plants? You can use most of these products in a perimeter around edible plants, only because they change the taste. They won’t kill plants.
Package Size: How much are you getting when you order? It’s important to know the size of the product – or the number of stakes you’re getting – so you know how much to order at one time for best results.
Money-Back Guarantee: Some of these products will refund your money if it doesn’t get rid of your snake problem. This is a great feature that makes it risk-free to try different products. You aren’t losing out on the money!
Now that you know what you’re getting into, let’s get into it! Our snake repellent reviews have been compiled over a lengthy selection process meant to bring you the best possible repellents without any of the chaff getting in. Check out our top pick and budget pick first – the rest of our list is everything in between. Find your perfect snake or pest solution on the list of products below. Send those snakes packing the first time!
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019