| by Kenneth Chase | 100 comments

How to Get Rid of Mice in a House, Attic, Apartment, Garage, Etc.

Guaranteed Success! How to get rid of mice. 8 no fail tips to mouse freedom. So, you’ve got a mouse infestation, and you’re
not quite sure of the best way to get rid of mice. Maybe you’ve got mouse feces or urine in your
food pantry. Maybe mice are eating holes in your upholstery, boxes, clothes and such. Or, maybe you’re just concerned about the
diseases they carry and the safety of your kids and pets. Whatever the concern, you want an effective
option that will effectively rid you of these little buggers. And, you want something that won’t potentially
harm your kids or your pets. For some of you watching, getting rid of mice
naturally and humanely is also an important consideration. You don’t hate the mice. You just don’t want
them in your home. If any of those descriptions fit you, keep
watching because this is going to be a “no fluff” video to point out some of your absolute
best ways to get rid of mice simply, quickly and inexpensively. Stay tuned … Alright. So, you’ve decided to keep watching,
so clearly you’re looking for ways to get rid of mice and you’re hoping that I’ve got
answers for you. Luckily, I do. Of course, there are a thousand different
suggestions out there for getting rid of mice, but only a small handful are going to be effective
for the vast majority of people. So, I’m not going to give you dozens of ways
to get rid of mice in your apartment, house, attic or garage. Instead, I’m going to give you about 8 really
good tips that should do the trick. Four of these tips have nothing to do with
killing mice, but are moreso mouse repellent type tips. The other four deal more exclusively with
actually killing the mice via various means, but none of them via chemical. So, let’s get started. Well, almost. First, I wanted to tell you about a special
offer I’m making to viewers of this YouTube video. But, before I tell you about the offer, you
need to know something else. If you click the link below this video to
visit my website, you’ll find even more info, resources and links
to help you make the most of the suggestions made in this video. As regards the special offer … I’m running
a little contest. When, this video reaches 300 YouTube “likes”,
I’m going to randomly choose one lucky commenter to receive a gift. They’ll receive my “Mouse Be Gone” kit which
contains a number of the items I suggest in this video for ridding yourself of mice. So, if you hear some good info in this video,
don’t forget to “like” it. And, don’t forget to leave a comment as well
because only those who comment on the video are eligible to win the “Mouse Be Gone”
prize. Ok, NOW, let’s get started. We’ll start will the “mice repellant” options
first, since, if you can keep the mice from bothering you in the first place, there’s
no need to kill them. Of course, there are those who see mice as
nothing more than a nuisance and are happy to kill them. I have no judgment on that issue, since I
see that there are merits to both sides of that argument. So, I’ll simply provide you with options on
both sides, and you can choose that work for you. Our first “repellent” type option is peppermint
essential oil. This is one that has worked very effectively
for me. We use it to winterize our camper in the fall. Cut a kitchen sponge into about 8 pieces,
get them damp and then add a few drops of peppermint oil to each piece of sponge. Then, place those pieces in strategic places
around the house, garage, etc. We’ve done this for two winters now with excellent
results (no mouse droppings or damage upon opening the camper the next spring). Next up is one that might be rather obvious,
but, in our haste to find a simple solution, it’s often overlooked, even though it might
be the most valuable option we’ve got. The best repellent to mice is simply to seal
off all possible entry points. Of course, this is easier said than done in
some instances. But, if we’re talking about a shed, camper,
garage or similar area that we’re trying to “mouse proof”, you might want to look at this
option first. Of course, it doesn’t hurt for the house as
well, it’s just not as easy. Mice can fit through holes that you’d never
think they could, so be sure not to overlook anything. Any hole you can find should be filled with
anything that would be tough for mice to chew through. Obviously, you’ll know if you’ve sealed it
off once signs of the mice are no longer present. That is, assuming, of course, that you’ve
gotten rid of the mice that had already gotten in). This next one might also seem like an obvious
one, and isn’t necessarily going to solve your entire problem, but it is worth paying
attention to. Simply keeping things clean and not leaving
anything out to attract mice in the first place really can help. Again, it’s not a complete solution. But, if you’ve got mice already, you don’t
want to give them any additional reasons to show up in areas where you’ll be coming into
contact with them or whatever they leave behind. So, keep all food picked up, counters clean,
floors swept, etc. Now, there are a few other repellent options
that are often recommended by others, but I’m not going to recommend them. I’ll mention them, but, as a result of their
hit and miss success and/or the difficulty of implementation, I’d say they are not likely
options that you should spend alot of time or money on. First is an ultrasonic mouse repellent. There are many of them out there that are
supposed to emit sound that you can’t here but mice will and won’t like. Unfortunately, the reviews typically aren’t
great, so I wouldn’t count on them being all that effective. So, save your money. Another option that is sometimes recommended
and MIGHT actually be effective is to leave snake or cat feces in those areas where you
have a mouse problem. Since these are natural predators of mice,
this would likely deter the mice from entering those areas. However, I’m not sure how easy it’s going
to be to procure snake poop. And, if you’ve got cat poop around, that means
you’ve probably got a cat. So, unless you’re feeding your cat so much
that it’s not hungry enough to chase your mice, you probably wouldn’t have a mouse problem
to worry about in the first place. And, let’s face it, placing “predator poop”
around your house to get rid of mice that leave behind mouse poop, doesn’t sound like
much of a solution. So, you won’t find me recommending this one
either. Last on my list of repellents is one that
I don’t personally know much about, but I’ve read good things about. It’s called “Fresh Cab”, and it might be an
option for you to consider. It’s an all natural repellent type product
that works similar to peppermint oil. I can’t speak to it’s effectiveness, & it’s
pretty pricey (so, try peppermint oil first), but, if the peppermint oil doesn’t work and
you don’t like the idea of trapping or killing the mice, this might be something to consider. OK. So we’ve got the “mice repellent options”
out of the way, and, of those, I’d say the peppermint oil and/or the Fresh Cab product
are likely your simplest and most effective options. So, let’s move on to trapping the mice, which,
quite frankly, is probably the best way to get rid of mice (as long as you buy the right
trap). Within the “trapping” category, we’ve really
got two basic types. You’ve got “kill” traps and “catch” traps. Obviously, which you choose depends alot on
personal preference, but there are a few things to consider. First, consider that with all traps, there
is the matter of disposal or release. If your trap kills the mouse, then you’ve
got to get the dead mouse out of the trap, dispose of it & reset the trap. In addition, some traps are more likely than
others to injure and trap but not kill the mouse as intended. Obviously, this isn’t very humane and makes
the job of disposal just that much more difficult and, for some, emotionally uncomfortable. It’s impossible to avoid this situation entirely.
It’s going to happen. But, if you’re purchasing a “kill” trap, at
least make sure that you get one that will put you in this position as infrequently as
possible. Of course, going with a “live catch” trap
isn’t all sunshine and roses either. Obviously, if you’re one who doesn’t want
to kill the mice, this is likely going to be your best option. But, understand that you’re really going to
want to release them a mile or more from your home to make sure they won’t be bothering
you anymore. And, this might simply make them someone else’s
problem, depending upon where you choose to release. In addition, some traps are more difficult
than others when it comes to releasing the mice. Since mice often carry disease, you don’t
really want there to be any chance of you coming into contact with the mice during the
release process. Pay attention to this when purchasing a “live
catch” type trap. Moreover, some “live catch” type traps are
more likely than others to injure a mouse in the process, which puts you right back
in that uncomfortable position of having to deal with the half dead mouse. So, again, stick with a trap that will put
you in that won’t put you in that position any more often than necessary. A couple of other points to consider. Some
“live catch” type traps will only catch one or two mice at a time. Depending upon how bad your problem is, this
might be fine or it might end up being an issue. Just know that there are options out there
that will trap up to half a dozen mice at a time for not all that much more money. And, if you go with a “kill” trap, know that
in most cases it’s only going to kill one mouse at a time without having to be emptied
and reset. So, if you’ve got alot of mice, consider purchasing
numerous traps and setting them all at once to catch as many as possible in the shortest
period of time. Also, no matter what type of trap you choose,
be sure to wear gloves when handling it at all times. Mice have a very keen sense of smell, so,
if your human scent is on the trap, you’ll make it less effective than it could be, which
defeats the purpose. Or, if you don’t want to use traps, consider
natural predators. Seriously, if you don’t already own a cat,
it wouldn’t hurt to consider one. As long as you’re not overfeeding them, most
cats will prove to be excellent mousers with the side benefit of also being a great companion. Another natural predator of mice is an owl
of just about any type. Of course, I’m not suggesting that you go
out and buy a pet owl, but it is not too difficult to encourage owls to take up residence outside
your home (if you don’t live in the city), and they’ll do a good job of keeping rodents
to a minimum in your area. A family of owls can eat 8-10 rodents each
and every night. That’s a few thousand rodents each and every
year, in addition to all the large insects that they will eat. Besides, how cool would it be to have a family
of owls living in your yard? So, that about ties things up for the video
portion of this “how do I get rid of mice” tutorial. Of course, any single tip from this video
MAY not be a guaranteed “get rid of all your mice” success. But, implementing multiple of these tips simultaneously
is very likely to get your mouse problem under control. And, if you head over to my website (the link
is below the video), you’ll find a number of other tips, explanations and resources
to help you properly implement the suggestions from this video for maximum success. But, remember, before you go, don’t forget
to “like” the video and leave your comment so that you can get yourself entered into
the drawing for the free “Mice Be Gone” kit I’m giving away. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to my channel
for more “how to” videos. I actually DO know how to do alot more than
just get rid of mice.


Mohiuddin Khan

Jul 7, 2016, 8:00 pm Reply

Very well presented. Have learned lot. Tip will teach me what is the best to choose.

Daniel Hinojos

Aug 8, 2016, 6:30 am Reply

I that mice populate really fast, once every 6 weeks is what I heard


Aug 8, 2016, 4:13 pm Reply

pussies just kill em


Oct 10, 2016, 9:35 am Reply

how do you get Owls into your backyard? 🙂


Oct 10, 2016, 7:16 am Reply

I had heard peppermint oil was very effective in an infuser. Do you know of another scent that is equally effective if the minty smell isn't quite as appealing to you?

Amethyst Lindblad

Oct 10, 2016, 7:33 am Reply

I fucking hate mice ?????

Matt Domaschko

Oct 10, 2016, 10:26 pm Reply

how about this app

Cindy L

Oct 10, 2016, 7:11 pm Reply

Thankyou for the good tips.

Pebber Brown

Oct 10, 2016, 8:16 am Reply

Very instructional video thanks for putting it up.

Michael Hughes

Oct 10, 2016, 3:06 am Reply

i really like everything u mentioned. We need more people like u.thank u very very much.

Rhonda Korkut

Nov 11, 2016, 10:23 pm Reply

I counted 12 mice in my shed today after discovering their nest in the corner. Also I'm a little leary about cleaning up the mess they are making after reading about huntavirus. What do I need to do first? Try to use repellants to chase away the mice or clean the shed or do both at the same time?

Brittany Mccullough

Nov 11, 2016, 1:28 am Reply

I'm scared to see
them there are 4 of them In my living room and my moms room and I don't know what to do omg!!

joyce stout

Nov 11, 2016, 12:58 pm Reply

Love the article

Ricky Ric

Nov 11, 2016, 2:05 am Reply

2 mins in and I couldn't take this video anymore. You talk way to much and sound like a cheap commercial, Im waiting for a window to pop up and ask my cc info for the answer. Good bye.

Ricky Ric

Nov 11, 2016, 2:10 am Reply

Folks if you want a fast easy solution without wasting 15 mins of your life watching the above video, mix 1 cup of dried oats with 1/4 cup of mortar mix or durabond-5 joint compound in a bowl. Add raisins to sweeten the deal. Put a bowl of water out for the rats/ mice to drink. They should die within 10 feet of the bowl they ate from. The durabond or mortar mix hardens instantly when water added and usually kills them in their tracks.

jolene caustic

Nov 11, 2016, 4:08 pm Reply

8 tips take 15 minutes to explain? Get to the point!!

Nora Warren

Nov 11, 2016, 8:33 am Reply

I've tried peppermint oil, mouse trap with pbutter, glue trap( the big one works), ammonia on a rag (kept them away for a few days/weeks) but they're back, bigger. I must try the oats, cement, raisins next. I hope it works or my 8 mos. old great-grandchild can't come over my house. I don't want her to get the virus and get seriously sick. I also have an 11 yr old grandson with me. I'm 76 yr old with chronic illness and had 2 cancers, I"m scared to get sick and I can"t afford to rent another house. I've lived here for 5yrs, first time for these mice taking over the house. I've thrown so many things that are new or special to me. I was told that there's digging going on a few feet away down below my backyard, (there's a pond ) that's driving the mice to my house. I don't know if it's true. Worried for my grandchildren more than anything. Help, I"m desperate !

Sheik Karmoeddien

Dec 12, 2016, 1:44 am Reply

U fucking talk too much and too long

tyson maclean

Dec 12, 2016, 12:38 am Reply

i could use that kit

Cynthia Brown

Dec 12, 2016, 8:04 am Reply

As the Republican Senator said to Obama lier!


Jan 1, 2017, 2:29 am Reply

I don't kill living beings, not even a couple black widows I found on my backyard. But I have 2 exceptions. One is brown recluse and the other is any rodent in my house. I wonder what would those retards who wanna hug the mouse do when their house is burned down and perished everything including the kids and pets and they have to deal with listeria after dealing with the funerals…
Sometimes you've gotta take it personal and kill the little sucker.


Jan 1, 2017, 3:38 am Reply

I'll try the peppermint oil.

Vanessa Vallejo

Jan 1, 2017, 8:15 pm Reply

I hate mice and we have some in my house I have no idea from where they're getting in we have no holes in my house it's weird omg I have like panic attacks when I see either mice or rats ????? we can't kill them we've tried everything and they only come out in the night

Linda Bohannon

Jan 1, 2017, 8:08 am Reply

I live in Central California, so imagine my surprise to find a beautiful Owl moved into a tree…however he or she is moving around the neighborhood. I don't know if it did it or my dog killed 4 rats this past month but was wondering how can i encourage the owl to stay. I do worry thou the danger to my small dog. When the owl shows up we have to go out with the dog -and can't leave him out to play. We have 3 dogs, 2 are 12 yrs old and one is 6 months chihuahua. We have ''something big enough to hear pitter patter feet across the ceiling, it's driving me crazy. Not to mention i have no idea how much damage they may have caused in boxes stored in garage. Or electrical / ac/heater in attics.

Tom Spechko

Jan 1, 2017, 10:02 pm Reply

Thank you for the comprehensive and well spoken video. I have been chasing the little varmints for months.

Peace Love

Feb 2, 2017, 12:27 am Reply


Scawy YT

Mar 3, 2017, 10:33 am Reply

I was watching this for tips and halfway through I heard a trap go off

Shirley Girard

Mar 3, 2017, 2:47 am Reply

s girard will try some ideas

robinson Robinson

Mar 3, 2017, 7:02 pm Reply

This does not work when scent leave after a day. The oil is expensive. Waste my dam time

tammy hall

Mar 3, 2017, 12:18 pm Reply

Are you still doing the contest I could really use the traps

Hope Bell

Mar 3, 2017, 11:39 pm Reply

interesting video

Ricardo Lockhart

Mar 3, 2017, 7:56 am Reply

what a waste of time! and you want subscribers?!. this is a definite thumbs down ?

kevin gomez

Apr 4, 2017, 1:58 am Reply

this help it's a waste of time..this guy sounds like Donald trump so fake!


May 5, 2017, 5:01 am Reply

why do fucking american videos drag every fucking thing out.????

william Gordon

May 5, 2017, 9:33 am Reply


Charlie Tipton

Jun 6, 2017, 6:35 am Reply

you are an idiot with no business sense, no one likes this video

gaz riley

Jun 6, 2017, 10:12 am Reply

cut to the point already

avaxlavernee e

Jul 7, 2017, 3:25 pm Reply

I learned quite a bit with this tutorial.. Thank you so much ?


Jul 7, 2017, 10:20 am Reply

you fuck job waste of fuckin time

Dennis The HiRev

Sep 9, 2017, 2:27 am Reply

i'd rather have mice over your videos.

Ann a

Oct 10, 2017, 3:37 pm Reply

Lol its almost like hes trying to sell something…they never get to the point.. Waste of my life

Smash 72Cutlass

Oct 10, 2017, 11:13 pm Reply

Turned it off when he said "you don't hate mice" well I got answers snap traps off with there heads.

Verizon Suck

Jan 1, 2018, 8:07 am Reply

I watched the first minute 2 years ago and give. I went for another minute last year. This year I am on my third minute. See you next year.

DeShawn Wilson

Jan 1, 2018, 1:44 am Reply

You spelled hear wrong


Feb 2, 2018, 12:17 am Reply

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Feb 2, 2018, 4:39 am Reply

the info starts at 340…STOP THE RAMBLING ON AND ON AND ON.

Maurice Hampton

Feb 2, 2018, 9:20 pm Reply

Thank you for this video.

Steve Handrigan

Feb 2, 2018, 6:32 pm Reply

Know that


Feb 2, 2018, 6:32 am Reply

6:20 fucking minutes to get to point 1. Holy shit this is fucking youtube dude, just get on with it. The mice probably built a city with a government in my house by the time this vid ends

Eugene Paynter

Mar 3, 2018, 8:14 am Reply

OK I've got to say thank you!!
Every year in the winter I have to deal with mice can't stand em!!
I've tried everything to get rid of them. With a low snow pack and colder temps they come indoors. They have ruined my peace of mind. I'm willing to try anything to get rid of them. Your advice has given me a lot of help in dealing with this issue. i can hear them at night muching on the cat food – cat food is now put away at night. This morning while making coffee I turned around to find one sitting on my stove we stared at each other I screamed and he ran for cover please help me get rid of these pesky mice I live in a very old house so sealing up holes might not take care of the job. I'm for all ideals of getting rid of the mice except NO SNAKE VENOM thank you.
At this point in time they have to be put down what is the most
Safe and human way to do this I'd rather not have to keep buying
Mouse traps I worry about the cats paws. Here's how to reach me [email protected] HELP!!

shane lauer

Mar 3, 2018, 8:33 am Reply

I need help. I live in a triplex and i noticed there are mice in the wall behind my stove. I can see the hole but what do I do? Do I pull the oven out and fill the hole?

Danielle Cadiou

Jun 6, 2018, 11:17 am Reply

Blaaaahhhhhhhbllllaaaaahhhhhhhhhbllllaaaahhhhh. Oh. My. God. Thanks for your non help droning onandonandonandonandon…..

Cathy Mayfield

Jun 6, 2018, 1:38 am Reply

I have 2 cats. They seldom catch mice. I liked several of your methods. I personally say kill them. Why let them be a nuisance to anyone else. Like your video. Cathy in TN


Jun 6, 2018, 12:05 am Reply

I was so bored i could only endure the first four minutes, you could try and make it less tedious by adding a robot voice, i must admit though, the video worked, because the mice all heard you drone on and on, as you went on and on they all gathered on the hearth rug with tears in their little beady eyes and the two biggest ones started to throw all the smaller mice onto the open fire, prefering to be roasted alive rather than listen to one more second, before the two last big mice hugged each other, then held hands and jumped together into the cats food bowl.

Gail Stevenson

Jul 7, 2018, 7:55 am Reply

I have mice in the house. I’m looking for ways to get rid of them. I’d never use glue traps, looking for the best ways to get my mouse problems solved. Great video!

Brandy Pollard

Jul 7, 2018, 3:44 pm Reply

I have sprayed peppermint all through my mobile home did not work I have tried regular mouse traps I have done sticky pads I have also tried baking soda and sugar I've also tried actual rat poison 8 through the bag to get to the poison to eat it my place is not nasty or dirty they live in my ceiling and I I've had it in my hair they will come out during the day and so I chased them with a hammer just the other day I was sitting on my bed eating a snack and playing on my phone a mouse came up on my bed to try to get my snap all of my food that belongs in my cabinet in my refrigerator I have lost 20 lb because I cannot cook in my own house I clean every other day I'm bleaching my stove my cabinet everything and I cannot get rid of them I really hope you have a suggestion that might work other than getting a cat I have lived here for 4 years the neighbors next door purchase their home a year-and-a-half ago this is the first year I've had mice and I'm going literally out of my mind to think of ways to get rid of them in the most nicest way. And I do not have the money to hire a contractor to fill all my holes which I wish I did or an exterminator so I really hope you have something that might work cuz I have never had my in my entire life that I cannot get rid of peppermint are relentless

Brandy Pollard

Jul 7, 2018, 3:56 pm Reply

Like I was not helpful at all

Mack Stan

Aug 8, 2018, 9:39 am Reply

get rid of move faster! dont talk shit a lot! this video is a fucking shit….

Mack Stan

Aug 8, 2018, 9:40 am Reply

dont watch this video…. this guy is a mother fucker.

Tony W

Aug 8, 2018, 10:36 pm Reply

Would cayenne pepper work?

jimmie morgan

Aug 8, 2018, 9:31 pm Reply

Great ideas

Reynir Rúnarsson

Aug 8, 2018, 6:10 pm Reply

Fuck it, I´m getting an owl


Aug 8, 2018, 1:27 am Reply

so after 14 years of no mice,, I got an invasion of pack-rats.. who loved the small spaces behind my counters.. it got terrible.. until the day, while the door was open, a very large snake decided to join me,,,,,,,,, amidst the sound of scurrying pack-rats, I'd hear a sudden 20 second thump thump thump squeak squeak thump shhhh silence… over and over.. and then the snake left and I had no more pack-rat problem..
nature's pretty cool…

Kathy Davidson

Sep 9, 2018, 3:25 am Reply

The peppermint oil works well. I even used a few sticks of peppermint gum.

Amira SuAli

Sep 9, 2018, 9:30 am Reply

This video was quite informative, Thanks

Johnson sisters life

Sep 9, 2018, 8:32 am Reply

Get an owl?

marie thomas

Sep 9, 2018, 2:41 am Reply


Shantorey Wilkins

Oct 10, 2018, 11:35 am Reply


D Cabral

Oct 10, 2018, 5:45 am Reply

Get to the damn point!!


Oct 10, 2018, 5:15 pm Reply


Bizzy Bee

Oct 10, 2018, 7:48 am Reply

The fluffiest "no fluff" video on the internet.

GlamFace ByKasey

Nov 11, 2018, 3:27 pm Reply

?‍♀️ OMG!!! Are you serious

Robert Hecker

Nov 11, 2018, 1:10 am Reply

Another guy that drones on and on endlessly

Nubia Aparicio

Nov 11, 2018, 11:27 pm Reply


Nubia Aparicio

Nov 11, 2018, 11:29 pm Reply

Peppermint is good but it's very expensive

Brian Jhonson

Nov 11, 2018, 5:59 am Reply

How do you get rid of to them as are you

Oz Garcia

Nov 11, 2018, 4:49 pm Reply

What a waste of time!

Linda Phillips

Nov 11, 2018, 6:06 pm Reply

Please give me the free gift. I got a mouse in my bedroom and it crawls on me in bed while I'm sleeping. Once I lied on the pillow and it was actually in the pillow case and I felt it's claws crawling up my head. I have traps under the bed, the sticky kind and others but it is freaking me out. Please help me!

Ernest Tomkiewicz CPA

Nov 11, 2018, 12:51 am Reply

The BEN HUR of YouTube
It seems that somebody read the SEO Guide for Dummies.
Mice chew through wood, sheet rock, wool, peppermints, damp sponges coated with peppermints, carpets, cardboard, my shoes, plastic, insulation, molten glass, Xanax, more Xanax, fiberboard, other mice, ceramic tile, cat poo, snake poo, tin foil and anything in their way. I actually made it to 9:32. NO MAS, NO MAS!!!!!

Toy Murillo

Nov 11, 2018, 10:21 pm Reply

This is corney and you get a very big dislike… And also I'm not subscribe… I wanted to see some killing… Nothing here but stupid chit CHAT!

Margaret Stanback

Nov 11, 2018, 10:44 pm Reply


mshomefire mom mondays

Nov 11, 2018, 1:02 am Reply

Mark is you selling an E-book?:-(

joan jarrette

Nov 11, 2018, 1:29 am Reply

That green poison does not work anymore.

joan jarrette

Nov 11, 2018, 1:30 am Reply

I hate mice

sue conners

Dec 12, 2018, 5:25 am Reply

can'wait to get started on these tips to get rid of my mice…thanx

page Turner

Dec 12, 2018, 1:08 am Reply

He talks too much, before he get to point.

Chris Wilkes

Dec 12, 2018, 8:36 pm Reply

What a shit video

Maria Carbonell

Jan 1, 2019, 5:38 am Reply

Amazon has a good trap that costs about $15.00 and it is adequate for a trap and release situation. I trapped three mice in 3 consecutive days but I think I will need to purchase more traps because I still have rodent feces everywhere. I am guessing there might be a dozen of them. I will try the peppermint oil.

Sandy Knight

Jan 1, 2019, 12:04 am Reply

I live in country mice bad from feilds every time they plow.I use catch all n stick tabs.They sometime get off n leave hair.They make nasty mess in cupboards.So I go get containers put food in.we on ss so can't afford lot things.Can catch in can put little dog food in make ramp n catch.

Gayla Pawloski

Jan 1, 2019, 5:26 pm Reply

1 cup of flour, 1 cup of powdered sugar, 1 cup of Plaster of Paris or non-sanded grout, 1-2 cups of oats, ( you may skip the oats, but mice and rats love oatmeal and they will eat the mixture for sure ) mix all the ingredients very well and put the mixture in strategic places. Don’t forget to put a cup of water nearby, this is very important! Works 100%. It’s safe for your house pets and children. Make sure you fill in the empty cups with mixture and water for at least a week or two. Close the gaps and holes in the infested garage, room, house, building.. don’t forget to disinfect it after the mice and rats are gone. Always use gloves and wash your hands!!! I have a summer house in the woods and often have this problem during the winter time.If the place is not infested and you have just 1 or 2 mice you can solve the problem for just a day or two. If you in some reason can’t find grout or Plaster of Paris, add 1/2 cup of baking soda. You can add baking soda to the mixture as well, but not more than 1/2 cup, because the mice are very sensitive to the smell.One negative- you have to dispose the dead mice and rats. Yuck! I have an English Pointer, who Loves to catch mice and rats, but they look even worse when he kills them and I have to clean after him.

Ra El’

Jan 1, 2019, 6:32 am Reply

I have heard about the peppermint but never tried it. This will be a first. Do you know how to get rodents out of the attic?

Bianca Bloom

Feb 2, 2019, 12:01 pm Reply

I’ve got a kitten, I’m going to collect it’s poop and put it in the garage.
I’ll report back for you guys!

Daron Moore

Feb 2, 2019, 11:57 am Reply

i have a rats in my house need help

Crappie Sniper

Feb 2, 2019, 3:02 am Reply


Jonathon Dale

Mar 3, 2019, 6:50 am Reply

No I wanna kill these little fuckers I dont want then comming the fuck back

Chris Davis

Apr 4, 2019, 5:25 pm Reply

shut the fuck up


May 5, 2019, 10:18 pm Reply

????I just want it dead not set free.period


Jul 7, 2019, 4:38 am Reply

You could've said everything necessary in 3 minutes. What a waste of time!

NuNu Ding-Lam

Aug 8, 2019, 1:25 pm Reply

waste ppl time, just focus on the subject like writing business proposal


Aug 8, 2019, 6:43 pm Reply


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