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Old 02-16-2013, 04:27 PM   #15
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traps on top of tires. mothballs on ground.
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Old 02-16-2013, 08:30 PM   #16
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We bought one at Harbor Freight that works. Cost approx. $35. We had a mouse then, have not seen one for over 6 months. I leave it plugged in and it makes no noise.
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Sorry not in the coach right now but I will post the name of the manufacturer when I get back. It was a 4 pak of small devices for 20 dollars at Wallymart. i use a bigger version in my garage on our farm and it cleared them out, set traps with peanut butter and not a taker.
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Fresh cab works for me. It also helps to have stray cats roaming the area.
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Sorry not in the coach right now but I will post the name of the manufacturer when I get back. It was a 4 pak of small devices for 20 dollars at Wallymart. i use a bigger version in my garage on our farm and it cleared them out, set traps with peanut butter and not a taker.
I would never use the little maze with the blue block of poison. It causes dehydration and the rats/mice will eat your water lines on their way to rodent heaven.
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The only device ;electronic or otherwise; I've found that works good is a hungry cat. I store my TT in mt shed at home and I keep a couple of under-fed cats in there too. I never have any trouble with mice.
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Old 02-17-2013, 03:52 PM   #21
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i had many mice before , put 2 in m\h 4 in house set traps with peanut butter and bread no takers and no signs of rodent droppings . may not work for you but it has for me .
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Thanks for all the responces. If I have any luck the money will be well spent.
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Old 02-20-2013, 04:54 PM   #23
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Last year I had a big problem with mice and finally got rid of them all using traps. This year, I have the electronic device, bounce dryer sheets, Fresh Cab, and traps all at work. I have seen signs of mice inside, but nothing caught in the traps this year. I think it is easier to keep them out than to get rid of them after they are in.
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We use peppermint oil and crushed moth balls on the outside and have had no critters in a critter area.
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