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Old 05-10-2016, 11:49 AM   #11
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That reminds me of when I opened a vent and a bunch of baby mice rolled onto the floor in my truck.
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Old 05-10-2016, 01:42 PM   #12
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I have used Drier Sheets in the past when I had classic cars. They smell nice unlike moth balls. Always seemed to work for keeping mice out of cars. I always used 5 sheets per car. Gray beard once told me to do it and it worked.
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Hey, moth balls smell good compared to a mouse nest. Honestly in my experience that does not stop mice because they have made nests in a container full of clothing by chewing a small hole in the lid. It appeared that they froze to death anyway, but the moth balls didn't seem to intimidate them at all. Haven't tried hot sauce yet, except on my eggs.
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Hey...that's the same way you use it on mice! Great with a side of hash browns.
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Mice don't brown evenly.
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so far still no signs of mice. the tabasco seems to have done it!
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