Products Description: Found pests living or growing in your home, between the walls, in the kitchen or the bathroom or worst of all running around near your children, pets and food?
Now there's an easy solution – the new Pest Reject. Pest Reject is the definitive system to get rats, mice, cockroaches, spiders, beetles, flies, mosquitoes and all other kinds of bugs out of your home.
This revolutionary device is based on a technology that uses digital electromagnetic pulses that are transmitted through the electrical wiring in the walls of your home so they reach the places where cockroaches, rats and spiders live and breed. These pulses affect their nervous system, making pests feel uncomfortable ensuring that they leave forever. No batteries or maintenance necessary!
What's more, Pest Reject also comes equipped with ultrasound technology that drives away flies and mosquitoes too.
Pest Reject is the ideal environmentally friendly product to keep your home chemical free and pest free.
Most importantly, Pest Reject does not affect your pets like cats and dogs and can be used around children - it’s safe for the whole family – and it won’t interfere with other electronic devices.
It’s really simple - all you do is plug in one Pest Reject and that’s it. It immediately starts emitting the electromagnetic pulses through the walls of your home to make all those bugs and pests flee without looking back!
With the Pest Reject, bugs go away on their own so unlike when you use those products that kill the bugs you won’t have to pick or clean anything up afterwards.
Pest Reject works 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to protect you and your family and it is designed to last a lifetime.
•1 x Pest Reject
•1 x Instruction manual
•Easy to use, just plug in
•No chemical products; eco-friendly; no maintenance necessary
•Reaches up to 200m2 (an average flat)
•Unlimited Duration! No refills; works 24h/day; 365 days/ year
•Ultrasound is effective for: Flies & mosquitoes
•Electromagnetism is effective for: cockroaches, spiders, bugs, ants, rodents