Odd use for prime?

Discussion in 'Cleaning and Maintenance' started by sheenalee, Jun 24, 2016.

  1. sheenaleeValued MemberMember

    OK so don't know really where to put this but prime is used for maintenance so. . . anyways so I was wondering if I took a bucket of water treated it with prime and used it to neutralize ammonia found in soil (in the garden, those darn cats) if it would work?

    Lol yeah I might be crazy
  2. peregrineValued MemberMember

    unfortunately prime doesn't work that way. It binds up the ammonia for 24-48 hours. It won't neutralize it.
  3. AquaphobiaFishlore LegendMember

    I think you'd be better off allowing the bacteria in the soil to take care of the ammonia. Perhaps keeping the garden well watered would encourage them and discourage the cats;)
  4. sheenaleeValued MemberMember

    Awwwe that's to bad.
  5. peregrineValued MemberMember

    You can always use eucalyptus spray. Doesn't smell bad. But it deters most cats. and isnt' toxic.

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