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Does The Sonic Repeller Really Work?

By Kristi Loyd

Having pest problems in your garden then Sonic Repellers are your best solution. You can use them as repellents against rats, bats, cats, dogs, and many other animals. They work by submitting a frequency of sounds which the animals deter and this forces them away from your garden.

If you are wondering, how could it be effective against multiple types of pest read on…?

Variable sound output. The sonic repellers work by omitting ultrasonic waves which can not be heard by adults and only by pests. It’s considered environmentally friendly and safe and is the answer to all pests’ problems.

With multiple frequency option for different types of pests, you need not have multiple rodent and pest control devices. This feature has made it widely popular and nowadays, repellers are preferred over many other traditional ways of pest control.

The repeller are very easy to use, just plug them into an electric socket and it works right away, they can also be used with battery’s and very compact, also good for camping or travelling.

The sound waves can become disturbed by solid objects so make sure that the area is clear in order to get the best use from the device.

Do the sonic repellers actually work?

Some people believe that the repellers don’t work, they say that the pests and rodents will get used to the high sounds and they return after a while, there are also some who say that when switched off the pests may return. You need to keep it switched on to see that it works effectively.

This will also ensure that the pest does not return. Another thing to note is that, sonic repeller can be effective only up to 3,500 square feet.

Find out how Sonic Repeller works! We reveal the secrets you need to know – visit our site and find out yourself. Also Sonic Cat Repeller Visit http://sonicrepeller.com today.

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Loyd, Kristi "Does The Sonic Repeller Really Work?." Does The Sonic Repeller Really Work?. 1 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 6 Oct 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/gardening/does-the-sonic-repeller-really-work/>.

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