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Evac botanical rodent repellent is an EPA reduced risk "green" product made with plant fibers, fragrance oil, and balsam fir oil that is placed in a convenient throw pack. The Evac rodent repellent packs have a pleasant pine scent which rodents do not like. The pouches can be placed in non-living areas where rodents can nest. The packs are good for at least 30 days and may last longer depending on air flow and movement in the area where the packs are placed. The packs should be replaced every 30 days or as needed when the scent is no longer present.
|Active Ingredient:||Balsam Fir Oil, A botanical insecticide 2%|
|For use in:||Use in non-living areas (attics, basements, cellars, storage areas, garages, sheds, pantries, and barns). Length of effectiveness depends on air exchange rates and temperatures. Use in autos, RVs, airplanes, boats, tractors, trucks, etc. Place four scent pouches per storage unit per season to freshen the average size camper, boat, truck or auto.|
|Application:||Place one scent pouch per 8 square feet in areas to be protected (i.e. use 4 pouches in a single car garage or one pouch in a pantry). Replace when scent has diminished.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed|
|Yield:||2.5 oz. pouch for every 8 square feet|
|Shipping Weight:||0.50 lbs|
The product lasts up to 30 days in cold storage areas. Length of effectiveness depends on air exchange rates and temperature condition of storage areas.
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11 of 12 people found this review helpful:
Does not work
By Paul in Escondido CA on 05/25/2012
I have had mice in my Chevy SSR. I put 5 pouches inside 2 in cab, 2 in trunk, 1 in area where top rolls into. I keep the truck closed up the pouches been there for 10 days still have mice in the truck. Also have 8 pouches around my 2 car garage where Truck in stored. $114.95 NOT WELL SPENT
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Worked like a charm!
By Kendra in Syracuse, NY on 06/29/2012
We had mice in our shed and garage. Within a few days of placing the repellent, no more mice!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
My experience with EVAC Rodent Repellant
By David in Jamestown on 02/05/2013
Upon recommendation of a spa dealer I put four sacks of the repellent in the area under the hot tub where mice have been going and coming. After a few days there were still mouse tracks in the snow indicating the mice were still enjoying the space out from the cold. It doesn't appear the odor has any effect. I cannot recommend it.
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By Valencia in Jacksonville, Florida on 02/17/2013
The packet arrived sooner than expected - so that was good. The product, however, did not work and I still have the critter I was trying to get rid of.
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By Ann in orlando, fl on 04/04/2013
I was having problems with mice getting into the box that the wiring for my phone lines group into and decided to try out EVAC. I sat 1 pouch inside directly on top of the wire and so far, no sign of mice trying to nest in there. It's been 7 weeks since I put it in. Am very happy with the product.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Repellant and my antique cars
By Anne in Springfield, VT on 10/30/2012
Looking forward to using this during this winter. Mice love to make their home in the seats of antique cars. This repellant should keep them away.
By Dave in Miami, FL on 02/06/2013
I've had mice nesting in the wiring/engine of my cars. Thought I'd give this a try and placed it on both sides of the engine strategically. Problem solved! The mice haven't gone near my cars since I put that in. Have placed it in my pool heater wiring area as well. Good to go!
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03/09/2013 Mark from Belle Chasse, La.
QDoes EVAC repel squirrels form the attic?
AThe EVAC Rodent Repellent really hasn't been tested for squirrels so we cannot say for sure that it will get them out of the attic. We do have one way door excluders which allows the squirrels to leave the attic but not re-enter using the same hole. It is very important to seal up every hole possible to keep the squirrels out for good.