Capiscum Spray???

Trying to dissolve capiscum pepper in a liquid to form a spray. Trying to keep rabbits from eating newly planted flowers in my garden. What is a good solvent? Water won't do it. Will this keep them from chewing on the flowers?
--Frank
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Alcohol or whole milk. It's soluble in alcohols or fat.
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The rabbits will consider it a tasty salad dressing and come back for more. If you want to keep critters out, you're going to have to fence them out.

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Using your blender puree the peppers with IPA (isopropanol ) better known as rubbing alcohol. Now it seems most people are selling it as a 50% solution in water. Filter using a coffee filter and just squirt it on the plants. If there is some browning dilute the mixture 50/50 with water and spray. Now to restate the obvious, be careful about washing your hands before touching personal stuff. Use a lot of soap and water because believe me that damn hot stuff in peppers stays around for awhile and it will light you up.
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