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Old 07-29-2014, 08:10 AM   #21
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bounce sheets for dryers, they have worked 10 years of harsh winters for us and never a tird or critter anywhere.
LOL my buddy had Bounce dryer sheets all over his RV the mice used it as TP. I use an electronic pest chaser.
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Old 07-29-2014, 09:19 AM   #22
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What if a mouse/ chipmunk eats that Decon poison then my cat eats the mouse? I guess the poison is not for everyone.
Below is the link to Decon's FAQ page on their website where you can find the answer to your question.

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Below is the link to Decon's FAQ page on their website where you can find the answer to your question.

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Don't say much except depends on this and depends on that. I will stick to my rat zappers and my trusty feline and forget the poison..We have enough poisons in our lives..
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Don't say much except depends on this and depends on that. I will stick to my rat zappers and my trusty feline and forget the poison..We have enough poisons in our lives..
I agree. It read like a line of corporate BS engineered to "dance" around the real answer which, of course, they don't want to disclose. I could only assume that if Fido or Fluffy consumed enough of the stuff, they'll be taking a premature walk across the Rainbow Bridge.

In our 14th YO Eagle, I've never seen signs of anything more than ants, spiders and miscellaneous insects getting inside the TT. I've had it parked in a campsite for almost a year now and when I camped in it for the first time this spring, I found nests under my propane tank cover and in both ends of my rear bumper where I store my sewer hoses. I think it was either squirrels or chipmunks. I removed them all, but on my next campout, there was a bird's nest containing five eggs in one of the bumper ends. I put a rock inside the vent hole of both the bumper caps to prevent any future visitor(s) from getting in.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:16 AM   #25
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LOL my buddy had Bounce dryer sheets all over his RV the mice used it as TP. I use an electronic pest chaser.
I have those in my house. They do seem to work. We leave our house for a couple of months at a time and sometimes our kitties get left too (with a neighbour feeding and visiting them). Even with the cats in the house we would still come home to mouse droppings in cupboards. We have even opened up dresser drawers to find stashes of catfood and chewed up tissues. Since I started using the electronic chasers we have been away 2x and have returned to a droppings free house!! I think they work! Got mine at Walmart.
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