I hope you all have a very happy St. Patrick’s Day. Remember, if you don’t wear green, strangers are allowed to pinch you!
The area on my desk behind my computer monitor is a good place to store cd jewel cases; they take up too much space in a drawer and behind the monitor, nobody can see them and yet they’re easy to reach for.
That space behind my monitor, however, was once a prime napping spot for my cats. In the wink of an eye, they could leap up on the desk and whisk past my grasping hands and nestle themselves behind the monitor. Oh, and if there were any annoying objects being stored there, the cats would simply take a front paw and brush them off the back of the desk into the no-man’s-land behind.
Almost daily, you could find me on my hands and knees (not my best angle, either) digging objects out of the narrow space on the floor between the desk and the wall.
For the past two weeks, however, I have not had this problem at all.
That’s because two weeks ago, I took a red Repell-em trash bag (kitchen size) folded it neatly, and put it behind my monitor. I stacked the jewel cases on top of it, and crossed my fingers.
It works, and it works beautifully!
Every hour or so, the cats leap up on my desk and start to go behind the monitor. They pause, and sniff, and take a step back, and sniff, and then they turn tail and go away.
How long does the Repell-em magic last, when the bag is exposed to the air? I really don’t know yet. It’s been two weeks, and this bag is still working great.
Oh, that the Repell-em bag that I draped on top of my computer to keep the cats off the towers? It’s still working fine, too.
Folded Repell-em bags under the sofa and chair cushions will keep your animals from jumping on the furniture. Oh, and the ingredients in Repell-em products are so safe, you can fold a small bag and put it under your silverware tray. It will repel all insects and will not harm any living thing in any way.
Plus, Repell-em bags smell really good to people.