winter storage and rodent control

Arthur Robinson art.robinson at
Thu Sep 2 10:30:50 PDT 2010

Hey Jim:

Couldn't you use the regular unit and power it with a car inverter. Can
Tire has them, I'm sure.

Art in TO

-----Original Message-----
From: gpzlist-bounces at [mailto:gpzlist-bounces at]
On Behalf Of Marilyn Mason
Sent: 02 September 2010 12:50
To: Art Robinson
Subject: winter storage and rodent control

We have a couple of ultra sonic  rodent chasers in both cottages.  They
just plug in to a standard 110 volt electrical recepticle.  
This was the first year we had mice in the cottage at 315 Rapid Road.  I
caught a couple of mice with traps then got one of these units and have
it plugged in over the kitchen counter.  I haven't caught any mice or
found any of their droppings since plugging this thing in.  I haven't
had any flying squirrels wandering around on the roof at night looking
for entrance points either.
 I've been trying to find ones that work on 12 volt so I can put them in
the 2 cottage garages as both have mice, chipmunks and squirrels lodging
there in the winter.  
I don't want the buggers chewing the wiring off the outboard motors or
bikes.  I've also had them chew their way into the heater of my truck.
The bill to remove the nest, replace the filter, and fan motor speed
control wasover $250.00.  
I've checked around but can't find any units that run on 12 volts.  Any
body know of this item.  Input would be appreciated.

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