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Old 12-24-2012, 08:52 AM   #1
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Knew we had a mouse living in the coach when we bought it a couple of weeks ago. Put out the old-fashioned cheese-traps and harvested our first pelt the first night. Now I see these tiny (tiny) little droppings in places that are much smaller than mouse pellets. No trap-trips, no catch-paper snags. Is there a new miniature super-mouse gene populating RV's?
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Might be babies.
Get peppermint oil at Walgreen's. Dab some on cotton balls and place several in the moho and in the storage areas. The mice will leave
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Try the sticky paper stuff. We had a problem once with an entire family moving in (or having had offspring) Laid out a couple of these things near the walls were they like to run and had the entire group in about two hours.
Worst job after catching them was having to clean and sanitize the entire coach with Clorox CleanUp. Nasty little buggers!
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Good idea

Thanks for the tips. Might be a litter of little ones. Will get some peppermint stuff today. The sticky paper has been unsuccessful thus far. I do not like to share my space with mouses (that is Alabama-speak for mice).
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Could it be roach pellets?
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Could it be roach pellets?
Quite possible pete. I haven't seen any of the critters but took the precaution of spraying everywhere I could reach with a high quality roach killer. Dang! I think I'd rather have mice!!!!
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