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Old 09-22-2013, 10:07 AM   #21
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We found some cardboard baitless traps. Both ends are open and there is sticky stuff in the bottom to catch the mice. It has a slight odor that attracts them in. You can leave them set up for months and check whenever you go into the trailer. Not like spring traps where the bait is only good for a day or so. The pets don't get hurt in them and you just toss them if you find a mouse stuck in one. We leave three or so in the TT all the time where we used to find traces of mouse last year.


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