Rat Shield Repellent Sachet
Best Repller against Rats
Rats are often found at places with abundant food sources. These disease-ridden mammals are nocturnal, and can often be heard going through rubbish bins, scampering up the walls and in the attic at night. As their teeth are constantly growing, they need to chew on things to grind their teeth, thus causing damages to electric cables, roofing and etc. Rats are prolific breeders and a pair of rats will produce 50-70 offspring that will reach maturity and bear young in one year. Stop them before they go out of control. They can also spread diseases with their feces, urine and often the cause of food poisoning.
Our product creates an invisible field making it uncomfortable for rats to rest or look for food.
How does it work?
RAT SHIELD Repellent Sachet constantly emits a mint smell, formulated to repel rats. It is made of a special blend of essential oil and natural herb. RAT SHIELD Repellent Sachet works by acting on the repulsion of olfactory organs, it is offensive but not deadly to birds.
One pack of rat repellent sachet has an effective area of about 25 m2 and has been proven to be effective for a period of approximately 30 days.
It does not kill or poison Rats or animals. Non-toxic when used in accordance with instructions.
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Users should not expect the rats to avoid RAT SHIELD Repellent Sachet Repellent instantaneously. Results could only be achieved gradually over 1 to 2 weeks. It is akin to humans' dislike of rotting fish smell. We will avoid but it does not means we will die of the smell. Since rats are territorial animals, they will not easily give up their nest or feeding place immediately.
Rat Related Diseases
Salmonellosis is a cause of "food poisoning” due to the consumption of food or water that is contaminated by rat feces.
Rat-bite fever is an infectious disease that is transmitted from infected rodents or consumption of contaminated food or water. If left untreated, RBF can be a life-threatening disease.
Plague is usually transmitted through the bites of a rodent flea that is carrying the plague bacterium or through the handling of an infected animal. Millions of people in Europe died from plague in the Middle Ages, when human homes and places of work were inhabited by flea-infested rats. If an infected person is left untreated promptly, the disease is likely to cause illness and even, death.
Leptospirosis is transmitted by bacteria in food or drinking water contaminated with urine from infected rodents. Leptospirosis can lead to kidney damage, meningitis (inflammation of the membrane around the brain and spinal cord), liver failure, respiratory distress, and even death.