We do not recommend pouring raccoon eviction fluid directly onto a surface. The best way to use it is to apply it to a soft material that can absorb liquid. We prefer to use a tennis ball, but you could also apply the fluid to a cloth or a sponge. You then toss the object into the area that the raccoon is inhabiting (while being careful to avoid the raccoons themselves!). If this area is hard to reach, you can attach a rope or string to the object for easy retrieval. Within a day or two, the raccoon and her kits will be gone, and you can then repair the damage to your home.
Raccoon eviction fluid is not a cure-all, however. It can be treacherous for a female raccoon to move her young to another place, so she will only do so if she is certain that it is necessary. If she determines that the male raccoon scent is a false alarm, another solution will be necessary. Raccoon eviction fluid also does not work on male raccoons, and will often make them more aggressive. The fluid should only be used if you are certain a female raccoon and her kits are on your property. Again, we strongly recommend not undertaking raccoon removal yourself, owing to the potential dangers.