08:31AM | 09/21/03
Member Since: 09/20/03
3 lifetime posts
I have an old garage with open front I keep two vehicles in. The field mice enter the engine compartments from below and chew the insulation and pack it to the heater/air blower motor compartment. I have tried pellets, cheese, peanut butter, traps, and nothing seems to work. They won’t even go to a trap. Their last home building costs me $142.00 to have the blower cleaned out. Anyone have any other suggestions, maybe those electronic devices? Thanks for any help…

k smith

03:41AM | 09/22/03
Member Since: 07/09/03
71 lifetime posts
try leaving the hoods up on the vehicles. thats what all the farmers in west texas do.
i would also get some cats.


07:45PM | 09/22/03
Member Since: 05/19/03
457 lifetime posts
my thoughts exactly get some country raised cats.If you live in the country keep them outside (No Luvy cat a well experinced Tom)let him live in that garage you will have no troubles and you may grow to like him.
Good Luck


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