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Old 05-12-2016, 07:51 AM   #15
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While there are mouse repellent liquids, solids, and even electronic devices on the market, there is no scientific evidence presented by the manufacturers that any mouse repellent spray has widespread value. There are no government requirements that these products must be proven effective before they are brought to market. Therefore, even credible consumer commerce sites advertise mouse repellent sprays. In some cases, these products are sold with the promise to get rid of existing infestations. These sprays might irritate the mouse for a few seconds by using chemicals such as natural oils, but the mice soon find a way around or through the treated areas.
Maybe Robby W is right. After all, we haven't seen any scientific evidence and there certainly aren't any government requirements proving effectiveness..............so we are probably all just very lucky! Also, in my case, it might be that it is my black and decker device that is helping since I started using it about the same time as the Fresh Cab. The device is so loud that my next door neighbor 400 feet away can hear it chirping. I haven't seen even so much as mouse droppings in my house, the garage, the MH, the MH shed, and the adjoining shop.
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Everyone is free to believe what they want and support their beliefs with $$$. I will tell you based on my first hand experience that before I used fresh cab my building had mice and after I started using it there have been no mice going on almost 2yrs now. If it's dumb luck then I'm dumb and happy..either way it's worked for me (and I trust my own experience way more than I would trust a government study).
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Everyone is free to believe what they want and support their beliefs with $$$. I will tell you based on my first hand experience that before I used fresh cab my building had mice and after I started using it there have been no mice going on almost 2yrs now. If it's dumb luck then I'm dumb and happy..either way it's worked for me (and I trust my own experience way more than I would trust a government study).
Same here. I have had my trailer for just one year this month. First month we parked it in a hay shed, immediately found mouse "evidence". Started using Fresh Cab (and nothing else) and not a sign of rodents since. Still parked in the hay shed. LOTS of mice in the hay shed and barn, none in my trailer.

Which is evidence enough for me to buy enough of the ingredients to mix up 6 fl oz of my homemade "re-Fresh Cab" oil mixture. Enough to last me a couple years, at least.
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