Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Rodent-Proof Your Home

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Victor® Rodent Control. All opinions are 100% mine.
My husband was talking to our neighbor this morning. He lives a block away from us and was complaining about so many things especially the rats that said to be running all over his ceiling down to the floor all night and was bothering him. While my husband was talking to him, he had goose bumps. He didn’t want to listen but he was just being polite. He hates creepy creatures. And when my husband gets home, he told me about the story and looked up the ceiling, as if checking for any sign that rodents might be around in our house, too.

Problems like this are very easy to treat by Victor® rodent repellent. It is very effective, inexpensive, safe and easy to use way of getting rid of rats in our house. It uses high frequency sound waves to drive rodents away from our house. I understand that most parents are rather skeptical about some product for the sake of their family’s health, but if you research from their website on how ultrasonic repellents work , it will give you relief to know that it is really safe. First thing is that its high frequency sound waves emit a non-repetitive pattern to repel rodents and prevent them from invading your home and the second thing, for additional effectiveness, a distinct spike in sound (46.5kHz) replicates the sound of a dominant male rodent. Rodents are very territorial and will constantly fight to establish dominance. The sound of a dominant rodent will discourage others from inhabiting a territory.

We all know what serious problem these rats can give to us, healthwise, and nobody wants that to happen in our household. Therefore, make sure that you rodent proof your home by using Victor® Sonic PestChaser® PRO . For more load of information about ultrasonic repellents, tips and much more, please visit their website.

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Denise said...

Yuck, hate those things. My nightmare.

Mr. Puggle said...

sorry you had to leave your doggies in MI. :( thanks for stopping by the blog.

Debbie said...

I could not tolerate rats. Gross!

maritz said...

yaks... I hate rats..

chubskulit said...

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