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Old 11-02-2012, 07:44 PM   #11
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^ no need. Where there is 1 there are prob 20 somewhere close. Just put it in a box and take it a mile or so down the road and release it into a wooded area. The goal is to seal up your TT to where they wont be able to enter again and rid those that are trapped inside by using the above method.
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:07 PM   #12
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I went searching amazon for MOUSE POUCHES and all I could find was for computer mouse...

I did find this item however... appearently they will fall into a trash can and can't get out???

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I think this is the mouse pouch: http://www.amazon.com/Fresh-Cab-Rode...ds=mouse+pouch
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:23 PM   #13
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That's them!!! Put them in both my rigs last weekend!!
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Thanks for the link for the MOUSE POUCH... After only finding computer mouse pouches everywhere I was beginning to think it was a funny funny...

Will check them out...

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Nope - not a bit! Those things are just too resourceful and will find a way lol! I think even if David Copperfield suspended it in the air 10 feet with nothing all around - they would still find a way! How they do it - I dont know....

I remove all my drawers and stack them on the table and leave all my lower cabinets open. That seems to lessen the nests. Last year I got a few of those ultrasonic repellers at Costco...I didnt have much hope, but they seem to help some believe it or not. I also use sticky traps in several corners.

I hate those things!!

Nope the sonic noise things do not work for me. Moth balls do not work, laundry dryer sheets they love and I stuffed all the places where I thought mice could come in. I cleaned on Sunday.......mouse evidence in drawers this morning. grrr
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