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    Keeping the Frogs at bay

    I've got a customer with a frog problem. The pool is next to the bedroom door, and they provide quite a chorus. A quick search turned up this stuff which is apparently non-toxic and just creates a "barrier" that they don't like the smell of. Anybody ever used it or come up with something better?

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    Re: Keeping the Frogs at bay

    I've heard mothballs work for snakes... they are cheap enough to try... just crush them up and sprinkle around to keep the frogs away... I need to try it too ... I get frogs in my skimmer at least once a weak.
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    Re: Keeping the Frogs at bay

    Quote Originally Posted by inbamanow
    I've heard mothballs work for snakes... they are cheap enough to try... just crush them up and sprinkle around to keep the frogs away... I need to try it too ... I get frogs in my skimmer at least once a weak.
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    Re: Keeping the Frogs at bay

    My BB Gun works very good.

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