Does Rat Repellent Work?

If you are having trouble with rats then you will be keen to find out the answer to the question 'Does Rat Repellent Work?' Rats cause billions of pounds worth of damage to property every year, not to mention the fact they spread disease. They also cause suffering through their presence in people's homes and commercial buildings.

 Does Rat Repellent Work?

Does Rat Repellent Work?

The answer to the question depends on the type of repellent you are talking about. There are many varieties with home remedies such as peppermint oil, garlic oil and ammonia being the least likely to work. The forums have many people saying that these methods are effective but there are also many people who say that they make no difference.

Part of the problem is that in order to be effective the concentration of these odours needs to be high. This can make it unpleasant for the homeowner. As they tend to be volatile substances the concentration often drops off quickly meaning that they need to be replenished often. An arduous task if a large area needs to be treated.

Proprietary repellents may be more effective but the reviews, again, are mixed. Some of them are also toxic making them unsuitable for use where there are animals or children about. High-pitched noise generators also have mixed reviews.

The issue with repellents generally is as follows. If a rat is casual in it's visit it may be put off by a strong minty smell or an annoying noise. However, if it is hungry or has a nest of young kittens nearby it is unlikely to leave as a result.

Our solution is different. It is far more effective when it comes to creating a rodent-free zone around your property. It's effect is much more definitive and it makes use of methods not used in any other pest repellent appliance. Click on 'Buy Now' to find out more.