If you've been surprised by a poisonous snake or a brown snake, you know why it's good to know how to keep them away. A bite from one of these snakes can cause significant pain, damage, and possible death. For this purpose there are snake repellents available to do that, and without injuring the snake.
We all are aware of the dangers of a snake so it's better to contact the professional snake trapping service and get rid of them.
In general, all snake repellents use animals' natural aversion to things that remind them of predators or simply make them uncomfortable.
Often these are things that animals have learned to avoid (or are instinctively avoided) in their natural environment. Some animals will avoid anything that has a certain predator's urine odor, for example.
Chemical repellents generally mimic these natural repellent substances, or greatly irritate certain animals so that they will avoid objects or protected areas.
Some of these chemical repellents combine the two avoidance principles. Using these same principles there are a number of anti-snake products available on the market ranging from home remedies (with limited effectiveness, if any) to traps, chemical repellents and electronic repellents.
Most traditional snake repellents use chemicals called naphthalene. These chemicals have been found to cause liver damage, anemia and have been classified by EPA as possible human carcinogens.
Therefore they are generally not desired by many homes or properties. But there are other products like Liquid Fence Snake Repellent which is a liquid chemical form to repel snakes.