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Mice Problems

TRO

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ok...so I'm moving to a new place soon but right now the place I'm staying at has a little bit of a mouse problem...since december we (my roomate and I) have cought a total of 6 mice with the little sticky shat that you buy....

this problem is not going away and I wanna know what I can do to remedy this... I remembered someone writting a thread about wanting to borrow/renting a cat..and now I'm basically asking for the same thing...

what to do?? put up with it for 60 days? or like kill all them fuckers in the most inhumane way until my lease is up?

suggestions?
 

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vveerrgg

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lots of traps is your only answer.

but if its a REAL big problem, you should let the landlord know.

that mouse glue sucks... they squeal for hours on it. :(
i would suggest the reusable traps and penut butter.
 

Eclectic

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by vveerrgg
that mouse glue sucks... they squeal for hours on it. :(

Not if you throw them in the garbage can outside afterwards.

Originally posted by vveerrggi would suggest the reusable traps and penut butter.

I've found these NEVER worked for me...



<----Catcher of over 40 mice in the last 4 years.
 
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DaPhatConductor

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Feed steroids to your cockroaches :)

Man, my mice just went away. We made sure that there was nothing that they could get at, gave it a week or two, and they were gone. Just make sure your garbage is covered, and well out of mouse jumping/climbing range and you'll be fine.

unless they're in your cupboards... then it's WAR@!!!
 

vveerrgg

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peanut butter is like crack to mice..... how could it not work?!?

i once had a spoon with peanut butter in the sink.. this mouse jumped in. ate all the peanut butter and couldnt jump back out. poor guy almost drown. then i threw him out the window....

so i think in the end he died from hitting the pavement from a 3rd floor window.
 

Eclectic

TRIBE Member
I agree with the Peanut Butter = Crack.

And when you said "reusable traps" I thought you meant the humane traps.

Which have never worked for me.
 

The Kid

TRIBE Member
we dragged our neighbours cat up from downstairs... though he was good company, he is unfortunately utterly useless as a "mouser"... we used traps... if the squeeling of a mouse slowly dying on a sticky trap bothers you (personally it's music to my ears!) a heavy shoe does the trick, or if you're a moron like my roommate you can just throw it in the freezer to die an even slower, more horrible death.

cheers!

le kidski
 
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^^ he's right.

Usually with the pipes under every sink (bathroom, kitchen, laundry room).

Stuff steel wool in the hole, then seal it over with expanding foam.

They can't chew their way out the steel wool and they can't push it out because it's fixed with expanding foam.

Then just throw poison coated wheat in the attic and you're done.
 

TRO

TRIBE Member
thanks for all the tip's I'm gonna try and block the holes up if I can find them...I guess it's just a battle until I move...ohh well...

-Bill
 

kerouacdude

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be diligent - I find if you use only one method they get wise. Killed 4 at my last place - one with an old-fashioned trap, one with a sticky trap, stabbed one, and aerosol'd another. Peanut butter didn't work for me, good ol' fashioned cheese did.
 
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