Rats Control

Why repelling is the way forward instead of baiting?

Often when it comes to rats control the easiest and low cost solution is often through baiting but with the modern building design and structure, a decomposing rat carcass  can create a huge ​issue to financial, environmental
and health.

The common problems associating with baiting:

1. Health issue

2. Loss of business due to stench

3. Higher cost and time consuming in locating dead rats

4. Mutation that produces super rats that leads to

5. Uncontrollable rat population growth

 

Important Note:

Make sure you protect the food and water sources. Once these areas are insulated there's no reason for rats to invade your premise.

There is a global explosion of rats population, this can be attributed to 2 main factors:

 

1. Plenty of throw away food. 

 Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (Mardi) Director-General Datuk Dr Sharif Haron said Malaysie throw away 15,000 metric tonnes of waste food daily of which 3,000 metric tonnes are edible leftover food daily. This can feed half a million people with decent 3 meals daily.* 

 

2. Big animals have been becoming scarcer for at least 10,000 years. 

The decline has provided rats with better access to food and shelter. Study claims rodent numbers double when large animals are removed.

 

There're mainly 2 types of rats i.e. sewer rats and roof rats. Roof rats are the main culprit behind most of cities' rat issues. 

 

Rats needs 3 elements before start breeding i.e. food, water and shelter. Litters of 5 or 6 young are born 19 to 21 days after mating.


Rise in rodents brings with it diseases that can be passed on to humans. Black death killed 50M people across Asia, Europe and Africa in 14th century.

 

In the UK, a swarm of 'super rats' was recently spotted across the country. 

Blanket use of rodenticides, driving the expansion of poison-resistant rat populations, now dubbed as ‘super rats’.**

 

Of the surveyed counties in England by BBC, some reported that 70% of the rats are thought to show resistance to rat poison

 

Source:

*http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/03/132006/malaysians-heres-how-much-food-we-all-waste-every-day

**BBC and www.dailymail.co.uk

 

 

How does Mossif3 Ratzfree works differently?

Mossif3 Ratzfree is non-toxic, made with herbal extracts. 

 

Repelling Rats

Feeding is the central of rats' survivor. Mossif3 Ratzfree works by using Chemo Sensors Shield Technology to repel rats by way of masking its chemo sensors from picking environmental cues that it requires to sense its food, water and perception of its surrounding world.

Without food and water rats will not nest.

 

Health Benefits

Mossif3 Ratzfree has Decongestant Properties. It helps in a common cold, a myriad of associated respiratory symptoms. These include coughing, runny nose, and nasal congestion that makes breathing difficult.

 

Air disinfecting

The third benefits of Mossif3 Ratzfree is the function of killing air borne germs that create bad odour and main cause of diseases.

How to use?

Just plug in and switch on in the evening. You can use plug in timer and set the desired operating time.

Just plug in 1 unit of Mossif3 Ratzfree for every 100sq/ft. Use timer to reduce human error in order of more accurate and continuous protection. 

 

Switch on 2 hours before lights off for the night. This is to ensure the scent has enough time to envelope the covering area. Rats are most active for the first 2 hours after lights off and 2 hours during dawn.

 

Remember to replace the Mossif3 Ratzfree before it completely dries up for continuous protection. The moment there is lapse the rats will come in and invade the premise.

 

Ratzfree protects an area of about 100sq/ft or about a small room size.

 

 

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