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Old 04-12-2016, 07:23 PM   #1
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Mouse nest:(((

Working on de-winterizing today. Turning valves on water heater and I look up to find an insulation-based mouse nest...on top of my furnace. So, so fortunate I found it. The little guy worked hard to get the yellow friction insulation from point A to point B. Set several traps tonight. Pay-backs are FUN)
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Working on de-winterizing today. Turning valves on water heater and I look up to find an insulation-based mouse nest...on top of my furnace. So, so fortunate I found it. The little guy worked hard to get the yellow friction insulation from point A to point B. Set several traps tonight. Pay-backs are FUN)
I have been fighting mice and squirrels for many years....for mice I found that rat poison works best. The key is make sure there is no water in the camper or they will die there....the poison makes them want to drink and they go outside to find water and die.
I tried all the methods peoples have said worked....dryer sheets, moth balls ect...nothing worked except poison.

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I have pets in the trailer, so no poisons.

We have had really good luck with Fresh Cab, and then I made my own version of it in bulk, which I continue to spray on the original packets. Been rodent free since I started using it.
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