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Old 12-05-2011, 02:23 PM   #1
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Fresh Cab Plant-Based Rodent Repellent

Since many of us have had to store the RV for another cold winter, mice are also looking for a place to hide out. Fresh Cab is the indoor repellant answer!

Fresh Cab is the only Plant-Based Rodent Repellent registered for inside use by the Federal EPA and with a 100 day guarantee to Work For You. Let downby electronic pest repellers? Sick of the smell from using poisons? Tired of baiting traps that don't catch the rodents? Fresh Cab has been used by farmers, truckers, and homeowners nationwide to provide lasting protection against the most challenging mouse and rat infestations. Effectively repels rodents up to 100 days with a "woodsy" scent that you'll find refreshing, but they'll find extremely offensive. So safe around kids and pets, no safety warning is required on the packaging. Environmentally-friendly - Fresh Cab is 98% biodegradable.

Effectively repels rodents for up to 3 months with a "woodsy" scent that you'll find refreshing, but rodents find extremely offensive.
Safe around children, pets and wildlife
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Old 12-08-2011, 08:40 PM   #2
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Bill. have you or any of the piggies had experience with this product? These mice are driving me nuts!!!!!!!!!

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I just got mine so I do not have much time with the product, but before we added it we did alot of research on the web to see what users had to say and it has a very high approval rating. It was originally designed for use in farming communities where high levels of mice would over run barns, equipment and homes after harvest. As it proved it self in this demanding market word spread and is the perfect product for RV's since most of use have to store our campers for the winter.

I am pretty fortunate that Winnebago has taken care to insure no glaring openings for mice to get in, so i have had no inside mice in this RV. Although a few years back my Coachmen Mirada had mice in it from the day we picked it up new. I think Coachmen actually made mice entrances, I always had issues with that RV.

I will mostly be testing it in my barn to see how it does.
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