Saturday, January 05, 2008

RAT IN MY TOILET!


So you are afraid of having a rat swim up your soil pipe and make his way to your toilet. How would that be for a surprise on dark night when you lift the toilet lid! This is a problem that arises every so often, especially in old row homes that have toilets in their basements. There is a product that will work to exclude the rat from entering your toilet and it is called the Rat Guard, rat toilet excluder, or toilet flap. You snap it into the bottom of the toilet and it flaps down when you flush letting the waste leave the bowel and then flap up when the water fills back into the toilet, making it difficult for a rat to enter. They are hard to find these days, but if you scour the Internet I am sure you will come up with one.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've been looking for a rat guard over the internet to use in my toilet, but had no luck at all finding one. Do you by any chance know where I can get one?

Thanks

Anonymous said...

did you find a rat guard. i am desperately looking for one too! please advise where to buy

ehermanjr said...

I'm also looking for this rat guard product

Anonymous said...

You're probably looking for a 'rat blocker'. Do a search in Google for those two words.

Anonymous said...

One possibility:
http://snakeratverminbarrier.com/default.htm

Mark said...

This will do the trick http://www.snake-rat-frog-in-toilet.com

mark jones said...

there is a valve called the multiflap , it fits to the toilet and will stop anything nasty from giving you the fright of your life, they also have a valve that fits into the drain catchment to stop the little critters from getting as far as the toilet , you can Google multiflap you will find the company and I have to say they are most helpful