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- Made with all-natural peppermint oil, SAFE to use around pets and children but rodents HATE it! MADE IN AMERICA!
- Safe to spray in your home or garden. Scent will rid of rats almost instantly
- Effective against mice, raccoons, roaches and more.
- Contains 8 oz of natural peppermint power - thats 1,000 sprays!
- Use it anywhere that's prone to pests - garages, basements, kitchens, attics, sheds and more
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|Item Dimensions||3.5 x 4.25 x 10 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RDS002DR|
|Shipping Weight||1.5 pounds|
Rodent Sheriff is a patented formula using natural peppermint oil. This non-toxic formula is easy to spray in areas that are prone to pests. Get rid of mice, rats, roaches and other infestations. Don't use harmful poisons that are hazardous to children and pets. Rodent Sheriff is safe to spray in your home, garden, garage and even on your garbage can.
Top Customer Reviews
The first day I sprayed the area under my kitchen sink, where the critters have access from the crawlspace under my house.
I know this because that's where my cat sits and waits and that's where she catches them
A chipmunk came in that night. The cat got it, along with fleas
Second day, I sprayed half the bottle in that same spot.
That day a mouse came through.
The cat got that one, too. Then ate it. Very disgusting.
The scent is very potent, and my whole house smells like peppermint. Very strong peppermint.
So strong, it's not a good thing.
Plus, the sprayer leaked all over my hand while spraying.
Maybe I just got a couple of defective bottles?
Maybe I have a super strain of rodents here in New England??