PRLog - Dec. 23, 2010 - A recent new “natural product” on the market is being hailed as a way to “block” rodents from moving into your home. Many rats and mice, find ways into your home thru the most innocent looking places, from wiring that enters your home, to unsealed gaps thru out your home. Usually sealing these areas is the first step to preventing these annoying and destructive pests from entering your home but a newcomer on the market is making it even easier than that. http://pestcemetery.com
Gerald Schappert 'the bug doctor'
All hail a newcomer to the market, for those that hate baiting or trapping, this product offers a remedy that will chase away rodents, and not pose any health risks to humans and other animals in our homes. This invention by Kari Warberg Block was first thought of when she was determined to find an alternative to poisons. Determined to learn all she could about rats and mice, she set out on a journey and an uphill battle with the government, which would make most people run. After over 10 years of government wrangling her product was approved and after great expenses. The products price is within reason for the expenses that she had to go thru just to get it out to consumers like you and me. http://pestcemetery.com/
The product works by blocking rodent’s sense of smell and causing them to go into a panic mode, much like humans when they lose their site. This makes the vermin leave the area which means your home is once again rodent free and not a single animal was harmed. It lasts for about 90 days and can be used virtually anywhere to give the rats and mice an eviction notice. So whether you’re a fan of the “natural pest control” movement or not, fresh cab will give you the chance to be rodent free and never get your hands dirty. http://pestcemetery.com/
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Jerry Schappert is a certified pest control operator with over two and a half decades of experience from birds to termites and everything in between. His blog reflects his years of experience and has been well received by homeowners and pest pros alike.