May 24, 2022

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Closing cottages and trailers: here is the solution to protect yourself from rats this fall

Closing cottages and trailers: here is the solution to protect yourself from rats this fall

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In the absence of human activity, rats are known to settle comfortably inside sheltered buildings from the elements. If you do not intervene quickly by using a repellent, the consequences can be devastating and very costly.

True, in addition to hitting the electric wires, they pierce holes in the walls to get into them. Quietly make their home – in bedding, wall insulation, cushions etc. – They reproduce at high speeds. On average, rats give birth to fewer than 13 babies every three weeks.

To keep all the possibilities on your side – and to avoid unpleasant surprises – it is important that you use the right products when closing your chalet, trailer, RV, boat, shed or garage at the end of the season. Repel.

Accurate, affordable and non-cruel solution: Product ROD The repellent, Made and distributed in Canada Eco Securica Inc. After a decade of research and development, this pest control product has proven its effectiveness and has finally received Canadian registration.

The first rat repellent with natural ingredients, odorless and usable at home, it responds to the growing problem by repelling rats and preventing their infiltration, up to six months in confined spaces. In addition, it is safe for humans, pets and farm animals.

With this product, you do not have to search for rats: the only thing that can sense the smell of the product is that they come out with their own consent within days after they are used.

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With a shelf life of two years, it is recommended for year-round use, especially when storing recreational vehicles in the fall and using them during the summer. A good dose in strategic places will allow you to protect yourself from the intrusion of unwanted visitors. One bag covers an area of ​​9.3 meters2 (100 p2).

Died in the process of probation, the inventor ROD The repellent He gave his patent to his three boys. In addition to requesting that production continue in their Saskatchewan village, they insisted that the man continue to rehabilitate or employ people with intellectual disabilities.

Say goodbye to unwanted tenants with ROD The Repellent. To buy a product online, find a point of sale or watch detailed videos, go to