Animals, Cat, Mice & Rats, Pest Control

Get Rid of Mice & Rats

With autumn on our doorstep, we slowly retreat back into our houses and begin to notice signs of unwelcome visitors.

There’s that gentle scratching sound here and there – or perhaps some droppings in the hallway.

Don’t worry if you’ve got mice or rats: we’ve got the complete solution for you!

Since installing in our loft the High Powered Mouse Device all mice have left the premises which is a first for a very long time. May it long continue. Well done, Primrose.

Our range includes 70+ good old-fashioned mouse and rat traps, glue traps, as well as very sophisticated repellers which repel rodents ultrasonically.

I bought 2 of these a couple of years ago and they are excellent. No rats, mice or cockroaches. I have also recommended them to a few of my friends.

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Animals, Cat, Mice & Rats

Rat_SilhouetteDo you hear scratching in your walls? Do you see something moving out of the corner of your eyes?

It might be a mouse in your house!

Mrs F had this to say about our Pestbye Rat Zinger – Electronic Rat Killer:

After weeks of scratching, scrabbling & squeaking noises and the removal of several sachets of poison which seemed to be having no effect, we decided on an electronic killer.

Having read elsewhere that the Mouse version was a little on the small size we ordered the Rat Killer. Judging by the amount of noise we weren’t sure exactly what we were harbouring up there anyway. We bought the ‘without batteries’ version from Primrose but for the price we had to pay from a leading supermarket we might just as well have ordered them at the same time.

We baited with peanut butter, I used my fingers to insert through the holes, it suggests a knife but I couldn’t see how that would work well. 2 days later the light was showing to say we had caught a mouse. Removal of the dead rodent was quick and easy and, thankfully, any family he made have had seem to have moved on without him.

The only niggle is that the trap was slightly too wide to go in a one floorboard gap so we had to use it where we could get two up. As I say, it’s only a minor problem, just something to bear in mind.

(I just asked my Husband if he had anything to say about the trap, he said “it worked” and really, at the end of the day, that’s all you can ask for!)

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wedding-meCat works in the marketing team and is responsible for online marketing, social media and the newsletter.

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