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Unlike roach control, which can be accomplishing by spraying some chemical agents around the home, rat control requires a completely different approach. Rats are intelligent animals that can sense many types of danger and avoid it to stay alive. Handling a rat control problem can be a difficult pursuit if you do not know some successful methods of rat control.

Find Their Living Areas

The first step in successful rat control is to find out where the rats are living or where they are able to come into your home. Rats generally like quiet, dark areas to build their nests so you will be looking for a ball of fuzz and rat droppings in a dark area to determine where the rats are living. There may even be a trail of rat dropping leading from the area where they are stealing food back to where their nesting area is.

Choose Your Weapons

Once you have discovered where the rats have been living at, the second step of successful rat control is to choose the pest control items that you will use to get rid of the rats. There are a number of different options to choose from for effective rat control and the option that is chosen will depend on the area where the rodents are located and how accessible the area is for you. Certain types of pest control products are easier to place in small areas than others.

If the rats are in a larger, open area such as the attic of a home, then a snap trap might be the fasted and most effective option for getting rid of the rats. This method of rat control uses a baited trap with a spring-loaded lever that clamps the jaws of the trap shut when the bait is taken. These traps kill the rat immediately without subjecting the rat to undue suffering or prolonged agony in the trap.

If the rat is located in a narrow or enclosed area of the home, then a glue trap may be a better option for rat control. The glue trap is covered by a layer of plastic that is peeled away to expose a long tray filled with a thick, glue-like substance. If the rat steps onto the glue trap, he will be trapped as effectively as if he had stepped in quicksand and there is no hope for escape. The rat and the glue trap can be disposed of together in the trash tied into a plastic bag so that no other wildlife can get into it. requests per minute. Scraper Total time: 0 seconds. Current time: 2:06:42 AM