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Old 05-23-2011, 07:21 PM   #1
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Electonic Mouse, Ant,etc. Deterant

Today I was in Gander Mountain and I saw a electronic deterant device. You plug it up to any outlet and it claims that it sends out a electronic signal through your wiring that deters mice, ants , roachs,etc. What you think,does this thing work or not? sOUNDS LIKE A Rver's DREAM
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Methinks dream is the correct word. I've never seen any conclusive evidence that those devices actually work.
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Wish they did have something like that, I have had a mouse running around here for a coupla months now. Been pluggin up this hole and that hole. But the little varmits still get through. Time for a cat. Problem is, the daughter missed my wallet and moved in with me for a couple of months/years, good god, and she has asma bad and reacts badly when cats are around.
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