Login  |  Register  |  Search

Mouse Control

Mouse Control
Jeff Rubesch - Wed Apr 08, 2009 @ 01:44PM
Comments: 4

The spring time critter situation is in full force. I have been catching mice for a couple weeks. I use a regular wooden mouse trap and peanuts and the sticky pads. The best way I have found to trap the pests is to place the peanut end of the trap ( or the long end of the sticky pads) near a wall. Mice tend to run along walls so their wiskers can feel the way in the dark. Mice are more active in darkness. If you want to repel mice, the best way I have found is to use a cotton ball and a couple drops of pure peppermint oil. Mice really avoid the smell of peppermint. Mothballs are also a good deterrent for mice and ground squirrels. I usually put mothballs near the foundation of my house (under the mulch) so they will stay away. If I find a ground squirrel tube, I fill up the hole with a dozen or so mothballs.

Comments: 4

Comments

1. susan richard   |   Thu Apr 27, 2017 @ 05:46AM

the best way I have found is to use a cotton ball and a couple drops of pure peppermint oil. http://www.assignmenthelperuk.co.uk Mice really avoid the smell of peppermint. Mothballs are also a good deterrent for mice and ground squirrels.

2. Daniel  |  my website   |   Fri Sep 08, 2017 @ 12:04AM

Your blog was really very helpful for me and I am very glad to have such a great blog to read. I was wondering that why these things were not in my mind before.

3. rosesandra   |   Thu Sep 21, 2017 @ 02:07AM

If you want quality but on most affordable price, you can really trust our company and get scholarly help with assignment writing. We offer absolutely low rates without compromising on quality to make your life easier.
<a href="http://www.perfectassignment.co.uk">homework help</a>

4. Anonymous   |   Tue Oct 17, 2017 @ 12:03PM

Can you show me a mothball? I'd like to know how does it look like. Look here http://www.easyessayhelp.info/ for your writing help.

Post a Comment




powered by Doodlekit™ Free Website Maker