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Hello

Does your company have a foam product that can be used to fill holes and will keep mice from chewing through it?

Thanks.

We do. For small jobs, the BLACK FOAM is the most common professional product used. The 16 oz can comes with it’s own hose so it’s ready for use and good for small jobs. The larger 32 oz can must be used with a FOAM GUN.

The maximum strength FOAM REPELLENT product works the same way but also has a “built in” repellent flavor making it stronger. It can only be used with a application gun like the one listed below.

Black Foam Sealant:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/repellents/aerosol/pur-black

Pur Gun:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/tools/pur-shooter-basic-gun

Foam Repellent:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/repellents/aerosol/pur-ipf-foam

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Hello,

In my rodent control experience, mice are easy to trap but rats don’t go into boxes.  Do you have success with rats going inside these plastic cages that electrocute them?

Second, how long does it take to electrocute them – is it a slow process?  Thank you so much.

First, we have had great success getting both rats and mice to enter the electrocution devices. One trick that can be used is to set some pet food or bird seed at the entry way without having the device activated. Leave it out this way till the target animals remove your offering. Place some more out but this time place it just inside the device. After they remove this next portion with the trap not activated, set out some more food with it still turned off but this time place the food all the way to the back of the box. We have found they will always enter. Once the food is taken this deep in the box, you can then set some more of the food out but this time do so with the electrocution device armed and ready for action.

Second, you can see our “simulated kill” video which shows in real time the entire process from start to finish.

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I’ve been hearing noise in my attic for the past two weeks and finally went up there to see what was happening. I found lots of black droppings all over and think its from a rat. What kind of rat can climb all the way up to my attic?

Most rats are good climbers. Roof rats in particular are very good and it’s most likely this is what you’ve got since they love attics. The best thing to do right now would be to start trapping them out as explained in our roof rat control article.  Just don’t start cleaning the area until you’ve got them removed and know for sure there isn’t any still up there! This way you’ll be able to keep them where they’ve been and in the end, be able to get control that much faster. If you disturb the area, you might end up moving them to some other location in the home that won’t be so easy to access. I suggest you review our online article for more details…