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  • Wally Moss
    Wally MossWHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THAT? TIPS AND TRICKS :
    December 30, 2019Looking for tips on getting rid of a mouse.
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      Larry and Beverly Quinn December 30, 2019 I use old fashioned spring trap by Victor with peanut butter as bait. Put loaded trap close to evidence or along a known run or access point. Might have to use more than one trap if more than one guest has shown up.
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      Susan M. Davis December 30, 2019 Traveling with 6 cats we never had a mouse.
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      Skip Wayne December 30, 2019 Snap traps with peanut butter bait or glue strips have always worked well for us. Remember, these are not usually solitary pests, so don't be surprised if you mouse is a mice😊
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      Susan M. Davis December 30, 2019 Not sure if this is good advice or not.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00VAtRs-dQI
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      JNC330 December 30, 2019 CAT.  Or a trap with cheese or peanut butter.
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      BLSMSS December 30, 2019 These all work, we also put borax down under our rig. They don’t like it on their feet.
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      Wally Moss December 30, 2019 You guys and gals are awesome!! Will keep you posted on the outcome.
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      Seann ( the Canadian) December 30, 2019 I hate mices to pices. I use the plastic spring traps baited with peanut butter. Works best. After you get rid of them get a few solar flood lights and put them under the RV mice don't like light and it keeps them away
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      StressLess Campers December 30, 2019 One of the most popular articles on StressLess Camping is the one about keeping rodents out of your RV and we're still very pleased with the solution we've used. You can learn more here: http://bit.ly/SLCNoRats
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        Mike and Donna Wagner December 30, 2019 Thanks - I just placed an order for Grandpa Gus rodent repellent - we love the smell of cinnamon and peppermint anyway, so if that works to deter mice it's a double-win-win. ~Donna
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      Thom and Laurie Millane December 30, 2019 Peppermint, they do not like it. 
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      Beans and I on the Loose December 30, 2019 Yep. I travel with a cat and two mice in the past three years have made the fatal mistake of coming on board with us.  I helped a friend clear out five mice in her Class B van.  She moved out all her belongings and we searched the entire van for...  more
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      EXPLOREAZ December 30, 2019 Peppermint oil, Cayenne Pepper, and Cloves! Mice hate these smells!
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      Moak December 30, 2019 Mouse-proofing for your RVs, tractors, and cars... https://mouse-free.com/
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      Seann ( the Canadian) December 30, 2019 Well at least no one gave the horse manure answer dryer sheets because they do not work and if anyone tells you they do they are full of horse manure my buddy put them all over his RV and they used it for toilet paper
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      larry & peter December 30, 2019 the good old fashioned mouse trap!
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      Passin.Time in TX December 30, 2019 Look up Shawn Woods on You Tube.
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      murray j ferguson December 31, 2019 Buy a cat
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      Jim & Sharon Ham December 31 We use the glue traps to get rid of mice, then the product called Fresh Cab (sold in Farm Stores and Menards) to keep them away.  Works well for the basement compartments and interior.
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      Wally Moss January 3 Well I took advice from a few of you so I’m not sure which one works best. First I tried the traps and got nothing, but to be fair I had moved my coach to a different area of my property. Second thing I added was bars of Iris spring soap and after a coupl...  more
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      TnT Arends January 6 We put bounce dryer sheets in our trailer. Especially during winter months in Michigan. Mice don't like the smell and they are toxic to them. Akso, trailer smells nice. WE Also SOAK A Cotton Ball in peppermint oil and place on top of drains. Been rve...  more
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