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Course not! The mice are all in the heater box wiih their feet up watching you, smoking a butt and getting a buzz from the fresh scent

Today I started "spit shining" the MH in preparation for Watt's show on Saturday. I opened the passenger side compartment and sunny beach! Damn mouse/mice shredded a roll of paper towels. So I vent

Get a good cat. . . this one doesn't seem to work that well.

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Perhaps a MH with a purrin' kitty cat engine? I'll take a 3408. :banana:

Maybe I need a pu$$y in the sleeper.... :whistling:

There are enough coyotes, foxes (4 legged), and buzzards around. You would think one or more would take care of the mice. They take care of the wabbits and kittens. When I shoot a ground pig, it is gone the next morning.....something had a good midnight snack.

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....Those little bastards!.........I hate 'em too,Ken! :thumbsdown: Been using a new-to-me product called "Fresh Cab". So far,so good. I have a feeling they'll get used to it though.Just like the Irish Spring,Bounce fabric softener sheets,and other stuff I've used.

IF YOU BOUGHT IT, A TRUCK BROUGHT IT..AND WHEN YOU'RE DONE WITH IT, A TRUCK WILL HAUL IT AWAY!!! Big John Trimble,WRVA

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fresh cab is as good as any thing I have found I have only had one mouse in the superdog since I put it in the cab last fall, my 96 f350 used to attract mice like moths to a light but the fresh cab kept their little asses out of there too.

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I buy it at our Case IH dealer. We've been using it for years. Good stuff. I've got the same problem with my MH. I don't think it's currently inhabited, but Mike said they got in the mattress. Any ideas on how to get that old stale mouse smell out?

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Located the Fresh Cab at TSC. It is on sale $11.99 per box (regular price $14.99). I bought four (4) boxes and put one (1) box (4 packets) in the MH tonight. Now instead of smelling like a cedar closet, it smells like a Christmas tree. Active ingredient is 2.0% Balsam oil.

I need to remove the mattress and check for damage. I hope the paper towels kept the dang varmits busy and away from the mattress.

Thanks for the info.

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Spray ammonia on the bottom of the cab that will keep them away. It really works. A friend of mine has had a B61 for over 20 yrs out side waiting to get retored (although there is nothing left now) and does it every spring and fall and no critters yet.

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other dog what is that first critter? looks real close to what we have out west as ground hogs but ours are lighter colored

It's a ground hog. Looks like he picked a ready-made hole to live in instead of digging his own. He was right beside the truck when I was tarping in Mckees Rocks, never did run away.

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I have found that dogs are better mousers than cats. I had a Dalmatian that started with possums then destroyed the mouse and rat population and in boredom started hunting birds and stray cats. The advantage of having several dogs is they can hunt in a pack and take down nastier animals that will not leave of there own accord.

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