DIY Mouse Traps With Bottle

Peppermint oil on cotton balls. The scent is too strong , discomforting their little noses and disrupts their scent path. It’ll also keep spiders, roaches and ants away. So.. yeah. It’s like 6$ for an 8oz of peppermint oil and all you need is like 3 drops per ball per space/area. Replace monthly, everything smells good and no bugs\mice. If you know were the mouse hides try rubbing alcohol.

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Honestly, it doesn’t hurt cats or dogs. They won’t want to smell it is all, so don’t do more than 3 drops kind of thing. But yeah, I do it with our parrots and dogs (everything else I have (reptiles, rodents, fish) are just not around it and nobody seems to care. Dogs’ll sniff it and be on their way. Won’t hurt em

The cheapest is a long neck wine bottle bit of cheese or bread in the bottom—LAY THE BOTTLE DOWN place the neck of the bottle on a bath sponge pointing upwards no top on bottle mouse goes in cannot escape on slippery slope to get out. I have caught hundreds of mice in this trap this way once had four mice in one bottle.

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