I leave a smoky tractor plumbed in for 1/2 hour ticking over, seems to cure the problem permanently. If there are exits unblocked or you just want them cleared they run out very quickly, within 5 minutesHow long would you need to run the old strimmer / chainsaw to do the job ?
Now that’s the bees knees for mr Rat
Loads I would think ours is still in the shed somewhere it was a lot more fun watching someone using it than stood there yourself pressing the button.You needed an extra thick pair of pants on or a trench coat .Must be a fair few of those knocking about. They were all the rage a few years ago. Never hear of them now
Ours is gathering dust now the novelty wore off to be honest !Loads I would think ours is still in the shed somewhere it was a lot more fun watching someone using it than stood there yourself pressing the button.You needEd an extra thick pair of pants on or a trench coat .
We made a long lead for ours in the end so you could stand 20 ft back press the button and watch the
At least your guys were in a quarry, unlike this individual:Don't pour petrol down the holes. The old-timers tried it in our quarry many years ago, expecting a dozen rats to emerge, which were to be dispatched with long sticks...
Instead, the ground "heaved 18 inches" and lots more rats came out than they were expecting, some on fire, and some even "left their wee furry coats ahint (behind)"
- How many did you hit with the sticks?
"None, we all stood stock still in fear until the buggers had legged it, there were hundreds o' them!"