How to get rid of a stinky rat on your home floor

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A rat may smell, but what if you didn’t?

That’s what researchers at the University of Melbourne are proposing, with the aim of reducing the risk of an odour from rat droppings.

University of Melbourne scientist, Dr Kydie Glynn, is currently working with Australian university researchers to develop a rat spray that can be sprayed into the air to deter rats from the rat roost.

It would spray a gel that coats the floor and ceiling of a home, but is then expelled into the area where the rat would be.

Dr Glynn said that if a rat roams onto the floor, it could get sucked into the droppings of the rat.

“It might get caught in the carpet and if it gets caught, it’s likely to spread it around the house,” she said.

But it’s not just the floor that’s affected, the spray also penetrates into the house walls and is a direct route to the rats roosting place.

To get the most benefit, Dr Glynn and her colleagues have designed a spray that’s more likely to be expelled into an area where rats would likely be hiding.

She said the spray would be sprayed directly into the roof, not directly into a rat’s roost area.

When the rat is not in the room, Dr, Glynn’s team has created a system that allows the rat spray to reach the area.

“It’s a spray and it’s effective against rats, but it’s less effective against the rodents living in that roost,” she explained.

If you are looking for a solution to an odorous rodent problem, there are some steps you can take to reduce the risk.

Walking around your home and looking for the source of a rat droop is a good way to do that, said Dr Glynne.

The rat drooping is the only way that a rat can make it onto the carpet, so it’s easy to spot and prevent a problem, she said.

“You don’t want to leave anything on the floor.

If it’s a carpeted floor, then the carpet is just a cover,” she added.”

But if it’s on a tile floor, you’ll have a rat hiding on the tile floor.

What you’re looking for is the source and how that’s going to impact on the rat and that’s why you need to be aware of what you’re walking through.”

Dr Glynn said she would be interested to hear how the spray worked out.

However, the researchers hope that the product will be commercially available by the end of 2018.

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