Green Shield helps you get rid of pests - and we have the proof
A series of independent scientific tests have shown that Green Shield (and previous versions of the same device manufactured under the brand names Pest-a-cator and Riddex) work as an effective form of humane pest control. You don't need to take our word for it; from here you can read the full contents of a series of formal independent reports. Click on a report's name to download the full document in PDF format. (If it's not already installed on your computer, you'll need a free copy of Adobe Reader to open the PDFs.)
Dr Steven Havers, Pest Management Consultants, 2006: "...results from the pilot studies support the findings of the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at Iowa State University in that the electromagnetic unit does produce effects which appear aversive to mice."
Genesis Labs, 2002: "Feeding location preference was observed to change in conjunction with the introduction of the signal into one end of the test apparatus. The female wild house mice in particular changed behaviour patterns in association with the signal ... The mice alternately took most of their diet for one chamber for one day, and the other the next during this seven day period. This behaviour is consistent with an interpretation that the mice had developed an aversion to the first chamber which remained intact for at least a week after the signal was removed."
H. Shytel Glover, 2000: "[This device] appears to have attacked the source of the problem, where the glue boards attacked the symptoms. In households using the device, it is very clear that an increased activity period existed followed by drastic reductions with the pest problem."
Intertek Testing Services, 1999: "When tested as specified, the submitted sample appeared to elicit an aversion response in mice."
H. Shytel Glover field study, 1998: "[The device] does drive rats, field mice and roaches out from hiding within walls as early as the first seven hours of installation."
H. Shytel Glover cockroach test, 1997: "[The device] is not only effective in repelling roaches, but after removal has a residual effect for approximately 30 days."
US Navy test, 1997: "The disappearance of the mice, insects and pests after the installation proves the effectiveness of the units."
Wilfred Lipman field report, 1994: "[Various studies] as well as the empirical data contained in this report support the conclusion that Riddex [Green Shield under a previous brand name] is 97% effective for mice and rats. Additionally, it is apparent that the effect upon mice and rats is more immediate than upon cockroaches."
Iowa State University, 1992: "Although we do not claim to be experts in rodent response to electronic pulsing in various forms and intensities, we suspect that regularly changing the imposed high frequency wave form on the 60 Hertz waveform is offensive to them."
Iowa State University, 1990: "These findings suggest that [the device] is aversive to mice."
Analytical & Testing Laboratory, 1986: "The electromagnetic field developed by the device appeared offensive and stressful to the laboratory specimens, and this device would be effective in the control of mice and cockroaches."