On Target Raccoon Eviction Liquid

4.00 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)


1 Ounce $10.00
4 Ounce $35.00

Product Description

For that mission impossible. If you intend to be or have been in this business for any length of time, there will be a time when, in the spring of the year, you encounter a female raccoon that has had young in your client’s attic. You have caught the female and located the young, but they are in a spot in the house that will require you to rent a bulldozer to tear down the house to retrieve those young! This is not a feasible option!

In these cases the only option is to release the female and try to harass her to move the young, either to a more accessible location that you can retrieve them or out of the dwelling completely. Don’t waste your time on radio’s and moth balls. About one ounce of this product will make the female remove her family from the dwelling in no more than 48 hours. It almost always works on the first night but has not taken over two days yet. You must enter the attic to apply this liquid. Place the liquid on a tennis ball, then screw the ball to a large nylon piece of rope. Toss the ball in those hard to reach places near the den and retrieve. Do this in every spot of the attic except near the exit hole. In two days mark the hole to make sure there is no activity. Then seal up the hole. I hate to leave a job without the animal, but there are some situations you just can’t control.

Additional Information


1 Ounce, 4 Ounce

3 reviews for On Target Raccoon Eviction Liquid

  1. Bruce Carroll
    5 out of 5


    Great product

  2. Mike Cable
    5 out of 5


    I first purchased this product about 20 years ago and it worked like a charm! The mother and babies were out of the chimney on the first night, amazing product that works as described.

    • Dave Munch


      Still works the same today, glad you were happy with the product

  3. Virtual Private Servers
    2 out of 5


    Raccoon Eviction Fluid is a natural by-product of male raccoon, which is a predator to female raccoons during the birthing period.

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