Household pests can make life a misery – they cause a multitude of problems: eating your food, leaving a mess, damaging property and spreading disease to name but a few. No one wants to live with vermin, however these days many people are looking for a solution that is both humane and environmentally friendly. One such solution is Pest Reject. We’re going to look into Pest Reject in more detail, to find out how it works and whether it’s actually effective.
So What Is Pest Reject?
Pest Reject is a chemical free solution to removing pests from your living space. It makes use of two separate technologies for driving the pests away:
- Electromagnetic pulses. These are actually transmitted through your existing home electrical wiring system, so that they reach the spots where spiders, rats, cockroaches and other pests hide and breed.
- Ultrasonic sound waves. These are inaudible to humans, but highly irritating to flies and mosquitoes.
Let’s Look A Little More Into How It Works?
In a scientific study it was found that most humans can only hear frequencies up to 20,000 Hz. When Pest Reject is plugged in, it transmits ultrasonic sound waves, higher than 20,000 Hz in frequency. These waves are inaudible to humans and pets, but drive away flies and mosquitoes, which detect the waves through their special antennae and other organs.
The digital electromagnetic pulses, transmitted through your property’s electrical wires, affect the nervous system of pests such as rats and cockroaches, making them feel uncomfortable ensuring that they leave forever.
The affect on these animals and insects is similar to the observed behavior of animals when there is an earthquake. They are known to be highly sensitive to sonic frequencies, such as come from the ground in the prelude to the earth tremor. In the same way that they run for high ground in this situation, they run as far from your property as they can when they sense the pulses transmitted by Pest Reject.
How Do You Operate The Device?
Simple – you plug it in and it’s ready to go!
- When you see the red light this means Pest Reject is working properly.
- When you see a blinking yellow light this shows that the electromagnetic pulse function is working properly.
- A blinking green light indicates that the ultrasonic function is working.
Pest Reject does not interfere with other household appliances. It should be installed in a socket that is at least 80 to 120 centimeters from the floor, and kept away from carpets and curtains that can dampen the output from the device rendering it less effective.
What Are The Advantages Of Using Pest Reject?
- Easy to use, takes one step – just plug it in and it is ready to go.
- Environmentally friendly – no chemicals used to make this product.
- Safe alternative to indoor pest repellant solution.
- Low maintenance.
- One unit can cover an average sized flat (200 sq. metres).
- No need for refills, reusable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Ultrasound waves can be used for flies, mosquitoes and other flying insects.
- Electromagnetic field is effective in driving away cockroaches, spiders, bugs, ants and rodents.
- Comes with a nightlight so that you can see it even in the dark.
- Effective results after 1 to 3 weeks of usage.
Let’s See Some Pest Reject Reviews From Real Customers
Let’s find out whether Pest Reject actually works as promised, by taking a look at some of the comments left by actual customers, around the internet:
“Yes I think they work. They aren’t the ultimate answer; you will still see the occasional bug.
But the clincher that convinced my husband & I that they work is on two occasions we plugged it in. Once we did it in the bathroom and as soon as we turned it on a spider immediately dropped down from under the lip of the bathtub. Another time there was one in the bedroom and we went and got it and plugged it into the bedroom outlet and the spider immediately started running around.
The principle is that they make an annoying noise that the insects find really annoying so they move on. (Like having noisy neighbours) We have two of them, units that is, happy with them. Still use insecticide now and then as Ants don’t seem to get affected.”
- Blithe Gal (forums.vogue.com.au)
“i had a n electronic & pest control machine but left it when i moved and i thought it was great where can i buy another”
- Colin Scarborough (blog.ridpest.com.au)
Is There A Downside To Using Pest Reject?
Whilst there is no evidence to suggest that constant exposure to the high frequency sound waves emitted by Pest Reject may be harmful to humans, there has also been little research in this area. Due caution should always be applied when using such cutting edge products – such as only using when strictly necessary, and ensuring that all other precautions are taken to avoid pest infestations.