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If you’re a homeowner, you’ve probably dealt with mice at one point or another.

These common house pests are annoying, not to mention potentially dangerous. So, how do you get rid of mice?

There are a host of chemical repellents, poisons, glue traps, and ultrasonic pest repellers on the market that supposedly repel mice.

The newest member of the market, ultrasonic pest repellers, claim to use ultrasonic waves to scare mice away.

Ultrasonic pest repellers are becoming increasingly common. But, do ultrasonic pest repellers work on mice?

Let’s find out!

What are the pros and cons of ultrasonic pest repellers?

Ultrasonic pest repellers are a growing trend, but how do they really work? Are they as easy to use as they appear? 

We’re about to dive into the factors that you should weigh when deciding if you want to purchase an ultrasonic pest repeller.

Pros

  • Easy to use

Ultrasonic pest repellers are very easy to use. Once you have the pest repeller in hand, all you have to do is plug it into an outlet near your pest issue.

The toughest part is most likely remaining patient and allowing the pest repeller to do its job.

  • Affordable

In general, ultrasonic pest repellers are quite affordable when compared to other mouse repellents.

In order to effectively cover your home with glue traps or poison, you will need to purchase substantial quantities.

And, you have to constantly replenish traditional pest control mechanisms. This can be very costly, especially if you do not fix the root of the problem.

  • Silent

While ultrasonic pest controllers may operate with sound wavs, humans cannot hear them!

You will not even know that you’ve installed an ultrasonic pest repeller.

Feel free to go about your daily life as normal with no distractions or annoyances!

  • Free of harmful chemicals

The best part about ultrasonic pest repellers may be that they are safe for your entire family.

Unlike conventional pest repellent methods, this type of pest repeller does not use harmful chemicals, additives, or mechanical features.

If you’re looking for a pest repellent that won’t harm your kids or furry friends, this is a good option.

You will not have to worry about traps that can break fingers or the dangers of ingesting poison any longer!

Cons

With all of the above positive factors, what are the negatives of ultrasonic pest repellers?

The main con of ultrasonic pest repellers is the inconclusive evidence about their efficacy.

Do ultrasonic pest repellers actually work? No one seems to have a hard and fast answer to this question.

Some people swear by them, while other people deem them to be a waste of money.

Not even the most respected researchers seem to agree whether ultrasonic pest repellers are effective or if they are a scam.

So, are ultrasonic pest repellers worth the investment?

That largely depends on your situation, and it does not seem as though there is a good way to know the answer before you try them yourself.

Perhaps you will be one of the lucky people to enjoy great success with ultrasonic pest repellers!

We would love to hear about your experience in the comments below. Tell us your story!

Do ultrasonic pest repellers work on mice?

As we mentioned above, the evidence about ultrasonic pest repellers points in many – often conflicting – directions.

Do ultrasonic pest repellers work on mice? Experts are still determining the answer to that question.

Largely, people find that ultrasonic pest repellers do not work on rodents.

Mice are very adaptable creatures, and they live in some very harsh environments.

Do you really think that a slightly annoying noise will keep them away from a very attractive space?

It’s pretty unlikely that ultrasonic pest repellers would deter a really determined mouse.

Some people experience success initially, but the mice quickly realize that there is not a real threat to their safety and return.

If you introduce an ultrasonic pest repeller to a space without them, mice may be afraid of the change in the beginning. 

However, after the device has been in place for a few days or weeks, mice will become used to it. 

At this point, they will no longer be afraid.

Some ultrasonic pest repellers allow you to tune them to different frequencies so that you can affect a wider selection of pests.

In this case, you can keep mice on their toes by changing the frequency often.

This may lengthen the amount of time that mice are afraid of the pest repeller. However, the end result will probably be the same.

Over time, mice will learn that the sound is not dangerous, regardless of the tuned frequency.

So, ultrasonic pest repellers occasionally work on mice, but they are not a good, permanent solution.

You will be much better off if you seal all possible entrances, remove all food sources, and eliminate clutter from your home.

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