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Neighbors Finally Figure Out Why Woman Was Putting Irish Spring Soap In Her Yard

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Bar soaps are pretty common – after all, we only use it for sanitizing ourselves! Or do we? I mean, what other uses can we possibly use soap for? Introducing the Irish Spring Soap, which doubles as a garden pest deterrent as well as an garden air-freshener!

The strong-smelling soap can be used to deter any herbivores such as deer from eating your precious produce, as well as unwanted creepy crawlies and insects!

One way is to cut a soap bar into chunks before stuffing them into socks and stapling those soap-socks onto your garden fences to ward off these unwelcome visitors!

Apparently, animals with sensitive noses do not like the smell of this soap – so do insects, thankfully!

Planting mini fences around your garden and scattering bits of Irish Spring Soap works best for maximum deterrent effects!

Who’d knew that a simple brand of soap could be so useful?

Source: healthyfoodhouse.com

 

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