Saturday, February 27, 2016


Disclosure: I received complimentary product for review purposes. However, all opinions expressed her are my own.

STAR Ultrasonic Pest Repeller

I think we all get a few spiders, ants or maybe some of you get even get roaches or mice occasionally around your home. It depends in what part of the country you live I imagine. Once in a while I spy a spider....especially when the warm weather comes and I just hate the looks of them! It's a pain to get a tissue and try to hurry and get it. They are so quick to get away and hide in a crack.

I've never tried a pest repeller before so didn't really know anything about how they work. The STAR Ultrasonic Pest Repeller is a small unit that you just plug in any outlet. It's pretty technical how this little item works. The pest repeller sends off penetrating electromagnetic waves through your walls, which acts as a shield and prevents pests from entering your home. It doesn't kill pests but just drives them away.The technology frequency waves are irritating to insects and rodents so they run away to find a more peaceful place.

You'll be happy to know that this pest repeller is safe to use, so you don't have to worry about it being around children or pets. Of course, it is not recommended for rodent type pets such as gerbils, hamsters or mice. It's so much more safe than using sprays or poisons that leach out nasty chemicals that are harmful and bad for the environment. If you have a pest problem in more than one room, it's recommended to put a unit in each room.

Since I've been using this product we haven't we haven't seen any spiders which is great news. Not that I have spiders crawling around everywhere, but I'm glad not to have seen any. I would say that the STAR Ultrasonic Pest Repeller is a fine product which I'm happy to have been able to try out.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a great product. We used to have ants all the time in the summer and I didn't want to use sprays when the kids were little, plus I don't like the smell. This product would be a great solution to that. Thanks for the review.