How to keep rats away from residing in your house?
Having uninvited rats scampering in your kitchen at night? This is a high indication that they are residing somewhere in your house.
What effect of current rat control method?
Utilizing poison chemical bait (Warfarin, which causes internal bleeding if ingested) is not safe to non-targets like you and pets. Poison bait is ineffective and will never solve the problem as future rats will still likely to enter your premise.
You will end up with smelly dead roof rat bodies sitting in the attic, waiting for you to clean up the mess.
ECO-Safe Green Pest Control Solution:
ECO friendly DeTer Rat Bio-Repellent gel is scientifically proven method to control rats
It is made from NSF approved, food-grade ingredients that are safe for you, kids, pets and friendly to the environment. It is safe to apply in food and pharmaceutical factories with HACCP requirements.
How DeTer Rat Bio-Repellent gel works for you?
DeTer is scientifically proven to irritate the urinary track, eye, nose, mouth and skin of the rat that come to contact with the product.
It is the first product that uses actual rat as the delivery system
Rat contacted with DeTer felt irritated and delivered DeTer along with its body to nesting area you would never be able to treat.
Rat tried to clean DeTer from its fur causing it as secondary transfer with more irritant to other rats.
This force current and future rats to exit your house.
For heavy infestation only. It is highly recommended to apply DeTer Rat Bio-Repellent gel with SynergyPRO Rat Repellent Program.
Where to apply DeTer Rat Bio-Repellent gel?
DeTer must be applied on the direct and currently active path of Rat where contact will occur.
Look for areas of rat activity including locations where droppings, rub marks or gnaw marks are visible.
Apply DeTer on rat burrow, frequent runway, where rats comes into contact with DeTer. Here are some possible places to begin your application.
Food storage spaces
Behind or underneath kitchen equipment
Behind or underneath cabinets
Inside wall voids
Areas where you see signs of activity include feces, urine trails, and rub marks
Exterior perimeter at any potential entry point and along areas where rats might travel.
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Rats irritated and exited the cage after contacted with DeTer Rat Bio-repellent gel.
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Rats repelled by DeTer Bio-Repellent gel