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Rebecca Grant sends good hex for pesky raccoons

To the editor, CM:

Though they look adorable those pesky raccoons can reek havoc. They ate all our corn in the garden last year. I have a friend who lives on Lake Cumberland who told me his secret for dealing with raccoons. Seems they don't like bleach...he pours a small amount in his garbage can and around it. His wife used it around her flower containers also. They still come around but don't mess in the bleach treated areas.

Rebecca Grant

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