What's the truth about ultrasonic pest repellers? Do they really work? What brand is best? What pests are affected?
These are just some of the questions that you may be asking yourself if you've got a problem with pests in or around your home.
There are various types of electronic alternative pest control devices on the market today. Most are pretty inexpensive. But even if they're cheap, you don't want to waste your money or your time if they don't actually work.
Having looked around at the different options and the technology behind what makes them work (or NOT work), I've come to the early conclusion that you'll get the "best bang for your buck" with the Pest Repeller Ultimate AT electric pest control device.
What's different about this particular pest control device is that it isn't just an ultrasonic pest repeller, but it also incorporates electromagnetic and ionic technology as well.
This particular model (the newest available by Good Life) is used commercially in hotels, restaurants, and even schools to help manage pests without toxic poisons or harsh chemicals.
I have to admit that I was impressed by the way these electric pest control gadgets are designed to provide an alternative pest control for those of us who want to avoid the usual exterminator sprays or even "do it yourself" home bug bombs, etc.
I'm planning to place an order this weekend for the Pest Repeller Ultimate AT once I confirm that they have an Australian compatible device. (Our electric is 220v. over here and the prongs are different).
Once I've tried out the product myself, I'll be adding my own "voice of experience" to our electronic pest control reviews page. I hope you will too!
Ultrasonic pest repellers may be just what some of you need who are fighting off Morgellons in your home or one of the other difficult to identify external parasites that you see on your skin, furniture, walls, etc.
Wouldn't it be so wonderful if something as simple as this $50 gadget finally helped give you some relief?! That is my sincere hope!
Don't get me wrong, though. Good Life isn't marketing their alternative pest control device for those with Morgellons or "unknown parasites." It is specifically marketed for things like ants, roaches, mice, bats, silverfish, bed bugs, mites, centipedes, scorpions, etc.
But it makes sense to me that if it affects those creatures in a way that makes the environment unfriendly for them and causes them to leave, there's a real good chance that it will do the same for the pests so many of you are fighting. That is my hope and prayer.
I look forward to hearing your feedback on this ultrasonic pest repeller once you've had a chance to use it for a few weeks. By the way, they offer a 30 day money back guarantee, so what have we got to lose?