Our summer experiment with Irish Spring as a non-toxic cat repellent has been somewhat successful. Probably more so, had I been shredding and spreading bar soap on a regular basis.
For the Colgate Palmolive R & D people, please develop a shredded blend of the Original Scent bar soap in colors to match popular styles of garden mulch. That is all. Thank you for your consideration.
[…] We’ve joked about pay-for-post opps before, (Note to P&G, your Irish Spring product is being used for squirrel repellent as well). This pitch for writers from the Pay-for-Post site made me cringe: We are not your average corporate office. Each month we celebrate birthdays with ceremonial cakeplows. We ring new initiates in with tequila shots. We play football together and hang out on the weekends. If you enjoy the corporate world, if you are easily offended or think it is wrong to wear flip flops to work, this probably isn’t the right place for you. […]
[…] If you’ve followed this blog, you’ll know that last summer, we conducted an experiment with Irish Spring as a non-toxic cat repellent as a deterrent to the five kitties next door. We try to live in harmony with the felines and admire their hunting prowess, however, my flower beds and driveway are off limits as a litter box. Not with five cats. […]
[…] Later in the day I was told to put a cork in it, hub didn’t want to hear another word about snakes in the wall. “We should give the glory to the garter snake, after all, the snakes are probably the reason why we didn’t have any mice for the first time in 10 years.” All this time, I thought it was the Irish Spring. […]