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Old 12-04-2011, 05:05 AM   #1
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Has anyone ever tried a product called Mouse Free. It's a spray on undercoating mouse repellant.
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Has anyone ever tried a product called Mouse Free. It's a spray on undercoating mouse repellant.
Do you have any info on it? Do you spray it on yourself etc? I had a problem a couple of years ago but managed to rid a (believed) single mouse and then I foam sprayed as many cracks and holes that I could find and seemed to eliminate the problem. I now put down packages of mouse poison that the rodents will open and so far no problems. I will find out if it worked this year when I pick up my unit on the 20th of Dec. to get ready for my trip.
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2 second google search
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I guess I'm not smart as you.
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I guess I'm not smart as you.

Seann has nothing else to do so he has time to find all that neat stuff.
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Seann has nothing else to do so he has time to find all that neat stuff.
Right, I forgot he is sitting out on the Slab all by himself.Mr.T
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Has anyone here actually bought and used this? If so, your thoughts on it? It looks interesting, but it isn't cheap. Just curious if any of you here have used it.
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I did and sprayed it on myself. but I put the post up to see if anyone else had tried it and what they thought of it. It goes on quite easilly and it smells minty. We have a dealer that will do it for 10 bucks a foot. so I opted to do it myself. I did 3 units all 30+ feet in about an hour and a half with one beer break for 500 bucks.
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I did and sprayed it on myself. but I put the post up to see if anyone else had tried it and what they thought of it. It goes on quite easilly and it smells minty. We have a dealer that will do it for 10 bucks a foot. so I opted to do it myself. I did 3 units all 30+ feet in about an hour and a half with one beer break for 500 bucks.
How long is it supposed to last ? For that kind of money, hopefully for a very long time?
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I think it will depend on how mutch rain and wet you tow in that will wash it off. It is fairly thick and doesnt drip when applied. Just from my experiance withit so far I think just some touch ups every year will do. I think that 165 bucks per trailer is cheap insurance if it works. My one bubby got them last year and they chewed his carpet in a brandnew trailer. cost alot more than that to fix it. plus the mess in every nook and cranny that they make that has to be cleaned
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