Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2001 13:07:56 -0700
From: "Murray_Hunt" <Murray_Huntnopsamail.com>
Subject: Re: Mice


It sounds strange, but moth-balls will keep the critters away. (Also good for rolling under porches, decks, etc.) The odur will disipate in a day or so once you remove the moth-balls. Cheers, Murray '85 900 "Tom Raftery" <Tomnopsamery.com> wrote in message news:95t28n$f3mnopsam-central.tiac.net... > Our 1988 Turbo Conv. sits in the summer house garage during the winter. > Occasionally we get there to start it up. Last winter we noticed mice in the > garage. That leads to a story for another time, but suffice it to say that > you cannot keep up with the procreation rate of mice so we decided to use > D-Con. I put it down in the garage in volume and it disappeared just as fast > as I put it down. A few weeks ago, I opened the hood and lo and behold > between the bonnet and the bonnet liner was a ton of D-Con pellets. The > little critters were storing it. D-Con has seemed to become a gourmet treat. > Does anyone have any idea (short of a cat or a Havahart trap) to treat the > problem? > >

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