The Evolution Of Rat Repellent For Car Engines

 The Evolution Of Rat Repellent For Car Engines

The Evolution Of Rat Repellent For Car Engines

Rats commonly damage car engines and upholstery. Our research showed that 9% of UK car owners have suffered damage to their car at some point in their lives. This includes the chewing of wires, tubing and plastic parts of the car. Our findings showed that it wasn't uncommon for cars to need a complete rewiring after being damaged by rats. This can cost upwards of £7000 for a top-notch sports cars such as a Porsche.

Many rat repellents for engines are suggested on the Internet. Peppermint oil and wolf urine are often mentioned as possible rat repellent for car engines. For every tale of these working, there are two saying that it made no difference. Simple things like moving the car or tampering with it may be enough to have kept the rats away in some circumstances.

If a rat is aware that something has changed even subtly in the environment it may be enough to keep them away for several weeks. Adding in an unpleasant smell may deter them for a while longer but once they get used to it and realise that there is no threat they may well return.

This is where our product comes in. Hammer Technologies Rat Repellent Flooring uses a completely new method to keep rats away. It has a patent pending and makes use of unique hardware to protect your car engine and car wiring from rodent damage. It is useful way when other methods have failed.

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