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Nature's MACE Mole & Vole Repellent Pure Castor Oil

Covers up to 5,000 Sq. Ft.
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+ Key Benefits

🟡 100% Pure and Natural Castor Oil. Repels Moles, Voles, Gophers, and Armadillos.

🐛 Taints Animals Natural Food Source with Strong Odor. Potent Scent Moles Naturally Move Away From.

🌻 Trains Underground Rodents to Stay Away! Can be Used as a Flower Bulb Protection Spray.

🏡 Protects to Revive Lawns and Gardens. Safe to Use Around Pets, Plants, Home, and Garden. * When used as directed *

🌎 Eliminates the need for poisons in sensitive areas. 100% Biodegradable and Non-Toxic.

+ Where to Use

It works to protect golf courses, playgrounds, lawns, yards, gardens, fields, flowerbeds, landscapes, commercial landscapes, and anywhere else underground rodents are an issue. Our repellents contain natural ingredients that can be effectively used year-round.

Product Details

Nature’s MACE repellents use proven technology that works to repel moles and voles. It will provide powerful and long-lasting protection. This castor oil mole deterrent is natural, simple to use, and contains no chemicals or poisons. It is best used for covering larger amounts of area. Protect to revive your damaged lawn or garden with this humane solution. Prevent molehills, dead spots, ridges, holes, and lawn damage. This is backed by our Nature’s MACE 100% Satisfaction Guarantee!

Nature’s MACE repellents not only repel, but they also prevent moles, voles, gophers, and armadillos. You can also spray the base of plants and use the mixture as a bulb dip protection for newly planted flowers and shrubs. This can be used in all seasons for year-round protection against moles and voles. This mixture DOES NOT require rotation with other repellents to be effective. However, you can use this in combination with granular repellents, insecticides, and traps.

Safely and effectively keep your space clear of pesky critters without harming your lawn, garden, or family. Our natural mole deterrent is designed to effectively repel moles, voles, and other burrowing pests, without harming you or the animal. We believe in using natural products that will humanely keep your pests away. We know the dangers of using toxic pesticides which is why we promote the use of natural-based products for healthy agriculture, households, and ecosystems.

DIRECTIONS

Combine 1/2 cup of castor oil with 1/2 cup of dish soap. Mix 4-6 tablespoons of the mixture with 1 gallon of water. You can also add 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper or garlic powder. Pour mixture into yard sprayer. Shake well before each use. Locate molehills and runways to determine which direction to push the moles out of your area. Next, protect the areas that are not yet invaded by moles. Day 1: Spray liquid over the area not yet or slightly invaded by moles. Day 2: Spray liquid over the area already invaded by moles and toward the boundary of where you want the moles to exit. Day 12: Reapply the liquid mixture over the entire affected area. For each application, fully saturate areas, and lightly soak in with water for 10 minutes.

Depending on the severity of your issue, make the mixture stronger and re-apply as needed. The product should be applied in early spring, summer, and fall when activity tends to be highest. We recommend applying at the beginning of each season to deter moles/voles before tunneling begins. Reapply every 2–3 months for maintenance or when new dirt mounds are found. Reapply after periods of heavy rainfall. If you do not see reduced activity within one week, be more persistent with applications and wait an additional week.

Customer Reviews

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Glen Johnson (North Carolina)

Nature's MACE Mole & Vole Repellent Pure Castor Oil

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Lesley Grigsby (Michigan)

Haven't been able to use it yet we got snow and it hasn't gone away.

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linda Schirmer (Minnesota)
Vole extermination

I just applied it today. Too early to see if it works.

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Sally Branson (Washington)
Our mole invasion

Day 4 of using nature's Mace, no new mole mounds! Day three there was only one new mound. Prior to that for weeks we have had multiple mounds all over the backyard.

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Tom Gehl (Minnesota)
MRI

Just applied the first application of dish soap and castor oil to our garden walkways so can’t be honest about the results. MoleRelocationInitiative = MRI

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Michael Dearani (North Carolina)
Mole deterrent

It works.

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Ken Grimm (Kentucky)
Mole Mace works.

I have been using Mole Mace for 3 years now. I apply it in the spring and fall. They move out shortly after application. It is an ongoing process, I have to put up
with because I live in the country. I highly recommend Mole Mace. It WORKS.

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Michael Alexeev (North Carolina)
vacation for voles

Product seemed to work well, in the beginning, until it wore off. Then they returned, seems they like the beds with the sand base for easy digging. I would have to spray product over the entire property for days until covered. The neighbors property doesn't seem to be what they like, hard packed soil. They return. I need to kill them off, any ideas, some poision bait maybe?