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Solar Pest Repeller - A Good Way To Get Rid Of Pests Naturally?

By Edited Sep 1, 2015 2 4

Having trouble with pests in your garden like gophers, voles and other rodents? Then what you need is a solar pet repeller and you can once more have a trouble-free garden that is safe for you and your family.

How Does It Keep Away Pests?

The solar pet repeller emits an ultrasonic (frequency range from 400 to 1,000 Hertz) and intermittent sound (and vibration) that is extremely annoying for pests who happen to be nearby.

With no incentive to fight or disable the repeller, pests will prefer to go elsewhere, to your neighbors' gardens perhaps or beyond. At the very least, you won't have any more problems!

How Is It Powered?

You don't have to worry about supplying an external line of electricity. The device is entirely solar powered.

Here's how it works: the top of the device features a small solar cell that converts light energy into electricity throughout the day and uses it to charge up the included rechargable batteries.

This means that you can keep pests away from your house even during the night. The device requires so little power that you should have no power problems even during the winter or if you live in a country with many days of overcast weather.

What Kinds Of Pests Does It Work Against?

The solar pet repeller works best against problematic rodents such as gophers, voles, shrews and moles.

Because the repeller is fitted into the ground and also emits vibrations as well as sounds then you can see that it is designed specifically against these animals that live under the ground. When they sense the device, they prefer to steer well clear of it and even move a safe distance away.

What About My Pets?

Don't worry about your dogs and cats. The repeller works on a completely different frequency range and they won't be able to detect the sounds or vibrations.

How Will It Look In My Garden?

The stem of the repeller is put into the ground and only the top of the device is visible. Most units are a green colour so that they blend in with your existing grass lawn.



Apr 4, 2011 2:45pm
I was just looking at one of these for insects. I guess they work for rodents quite nice, but not for spiders and ants (Ick).

Are a vole and a mole similar creatures? Leave big mounds of dirt in your yard?

Man, I wish these worked for insects! I'm gonna have to use a bug spray bomb thing and that is a pain.
Apr 5, 2011 5:59am
Great article. And I think any solar products these days are a bonus and save on power. thanks for this
Apr 5, 2011 9:23am
Great info! I do like the idea of using solar devices to keep pests away!
Apr 5, 2011 9:32am
Nice info...I like to try to use GREEN wherever I can.
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