Soil water repellency is widespread among soils, with implications in infiltration, solute transport, preferential and overland flow, and soil erosion. Its quantification is difficult because it changes with soil water status, describing repellency versus water content curve. Useful correlations are found between parameters that describe such a repellency curve, as published in Soil Science Society of America Journal 2005. This occurs in the integrated area below the repellency curve, which is correlated with soil water content at minimum repellency. An efficient strategy for describing repellency versus water content curve is based on parameter inter-dependence and minimum number of determinations. The physical explanation of the correlations found is not yet solved.