Keeping Animals Out of Trash

It just takes one stray dog to create a big mess for you. A bungie cord securing the lid should prevent trash from spilling out if an animal tips it over. As a deterrent, fill a spray bottle with ammonia and spray the outside of the can every few days. The smell of ammonia should encourage the critter to find a nicer smelling garbage can.

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Keeping Animals Out of Trash

Raccoons also like to get in trash cans at nighttime, as well as bears. (05/28/2005)

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