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Old 11-12-2022, 02:51 AM   #15
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Rodents gone with Riddex

Have had 2 motorhomes and a tow behind, all originally with rodent and bug problems. Have written before regarding Riddex Sonic Plus, Bug, Rodent and Mouse Repeller's as found online through Ebay. 3 units for $24.99 (Last check). I have one in motorhome (38' Fleetwood) and two in my 24x24' garage. Also use 3 in and under country house. I have not seen a mouse, squirrel, possum, armadillo or chipmunk in or around any of them since 2014 when I first installed these units. Also, living in the South, I have noticed a reduction in the number of Palmetto Bugs, and/or Ants seen annually.
My motorhome is powered all year round, as with garage and country house, and I keep food storage to a minimum.
These units emit a Sonic set Ultrasonic Waves which we can't hear and repel critters while not bothering pets. So, you're not waiting for the critters to get into your unit before you start trying to get rid of them. Get ahead of the curve, make your unit somewhere they don't like before they enter.
I don't have pets, but friends I have suggested these to have related no problems with dogs of any size, cats, birds.
So, lower the food availability, plug all the holes you can and plug in the units. I am telling you they have worked for me and many of my friends!
No, I don't work for Riddex and this is an opinion based on 8 years of field application.

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