Some readers might remember the pest repellers from the late 70"s early 80"s. They were black and had a dial where you can change the sound. With the new Ultrasonic Pest Repeller you can a lot more then just scare away rodents and bugs.
We bought this because we live in a rented old house. When we first moved here the house had a rat. The landlord put down poison and it died. Years later we have pets and a rat and what sounds like his or her friends moved in too. This could not have come at a better time.
A few days in the rats were going crazy. It has now been a few weeks and no more rat, not a sound.This also works for mosquito's. Of course it is too early for mosquito's but it won't be long until we find out how well it works.
It is super easy to use you just put on 1-4 switches depending on what you need it for. Plug it in and you are ready to get rid of the pest. For rats I can tell you it works well and fast.
You can purchase the Ultrasonic Pest Repeller on Amazon.
Brillante Ultrasonic Pest Repeller for Electronic Home Insect & Rodent Control - Target Indoor Mice, Rats or Bugs and Eliminate Odors
-Ultrasonic sound wave creation (intended to disturb and drive away pests with sounds outside the spectrum audible to humans)
-Electromagnetic field alteration (to repel in-wall insects sensitive to electromagnetic variations)
-Negative ion generator (to reduce airborne particles, microbes and odors that help attract pests)
-O3 / ozone unit (for reducing indoor bacteria and virus levels)
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