House Lizards (Geckos)

Geckos are insect-eating lizards found in almost every household in this part of the world. Geckos have pads on its toes which enable it to cling even to smooth surfaces or stay inverted on ceilings. These pads consist of rows of plates (lamellae) covered with thousands of microscopic hooklike projections (villosities) that catch into any minute surface irregularity. They can be considered beneficial, for their insect-consuming diet. However, they can become a pest themselves. Their droppings soil the walls and contaminate exposed food. They love to nest inside drawers and their eggs are often found with undergarments.

Wet feet (non-toxic)lizard repellent

Wet feet is a water-based house lizard (geckos) repellent. It is colourless, odourless and is non-toxic to both lizards and human. Wet feet is specially formulated to keep these reptiles away from the treated areas. Once the toe pads of a lizard comes into contact with any surfaces pre-treated with wet feet, the microscopic hooklike projections (villosities) are attacked and the lizard loses its grip as a result. The reptiles will learn to take a different route afterwards.

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