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Old 03-03-2012, 12:44 AM   #15
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Gee. My mouse proofing service works for cuddles and cat food.........
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We've never had mice in any of our 4 RVs. One did have a problem with some kind of tiny light brown ants in the Zinger. Some ant bait took are of the problem.
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:57 AM   #17
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I've used Mouse Free this past summer! My parents have a small 20 foot trailer. We only use it in the summer and it sits at the campsite the rest of the year. My father bought Mouse Free. He sprayed all the bottom of the undercarriage with it. It prevents the Mice from getting up inside the trailer. They don't walk through it and they don't like the smell of it. Funny because it actually smells really good to me. And you only smell it when it's being sprayed on, you can't smell it after it is put on. We used to get a lot of ants too, but since we sprayed the bottom we don't get any!
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I can't find it now, but I thought I read on the site something about people liking it because it contained alcohol and was pleasant to humans. They may use alcohol as a carrier for their propriety ingredient.
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Old 03-05-2012, 10:05 AM   #19
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We have a very very large Cat, Half North American bobtail and half Conan the barbarian! Haven't had any mice problems in our Pace Arrow,,, Yet but did have in our 5'r. Noon (our large cat) would just lay there and watch them walk around on the cabinets, floor etc. Tiny Yorkie we had at the time would rip them apart. Not a pretty site. Traps and PB worked ok. Finally spraying the underside of the 5'r and using steel wool where the power cord came in stopped the problem.
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Yet but did have in our 5'r. Noon (our large cat) would just lay there and watch them walk around on the cabinets, floor etc.
I guess you fed it too much.....
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I've had a mouse or two in the house and DD tries to catch them. Peanut butter gets them first. She'll sit outside on her throne and watch birds all day, but as soon as I go out the patio door, she chases them.
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Instead of pb I glue a little birdseed to the trigger.Lasts a long time without rebaiting.
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