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Old 01-23-2022, 11:32 AM   #1
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A better mousetrap?

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May work if there's no wind?
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Me thinks it won't work on gravel or unlevel concrete. As for me I keep my rig at a cat sanctuary so no meeces.
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Old 01-23-2022, 03:50 PM   #5
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Might work on a perfectly flat surface , but all you need is a small gap and the mice will find their way in.
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Check out videos it works on almost any solid surface that ďrelatively flat. 60 day money back Guarentee and with a little DIY it stands up to 40 mph winds
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Hopefully that thing is free. Otherwise, a 5 gallon bucket from Home Depot, a empty beer can and a handful of peanut butter is all you need.
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I guess if you need to kill some of the mice a bucket will do. But you also get what you paid for in almost everything. Iíve tried them all and you never kill them all, all the time. The second most successful mammal is the house mouse. The most numerous mammals are rodents over 40% of all mammals. But a bucket is ok too
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I guess if you need to kill some of the mice a bucket will do. But you also get what you paid for in almost everything. Iíve tried them all and you never kill them all, all the time. The second most successful mammal is the house mouse. The most numerous mammals are rodents over 40% of all mammals. But a bucket is ok too
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Iíve used Rat-X for years. It works perfect if used correctly. The best part is itís not a poison and will only kill mice/rats.
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