I got a mouse in the kitchen what am I gonna do?
Have you caught it yet?
I recently had mouse “issues” in the loft and garage.
They were immune to the mouse bait I laid down – it takes 10d to work but some survived. Genetic freaks.
Tried some humane traps baited with peanut butter. Caught two but they were then getting triggered with no capture.
Ended up buying the pre-baited traps from B&Q. The plastic ones that look light very large pegs. That finished the blighters off.
Also have some battery-operated traps in the garage – they electocute them – and have also invested in a ultrasonic deterent. The last resort is glue paper.
Good luck!Posted 8 years ago
Bought some humane ones earlier….
……, Costing me a bleedin’ fortune it is! Will bait with peanut butter and mars bars, even tho i am not holding out much hope but will be waiting with baited *ahem* breath for the morning to come to see if i have won yet.
If no results i am burning the house down.Posted 8 years agopsychleMember
hardware store should have it. just need to place it around the edges of skirting boards etc (any area where the buggers are likely to run past/over), pop it in cupboards and under things as well, dark places where they hide out. Not sure of brands, I think they’d all be the same?
good luck 😀Posted 8 years ago
If i had caught the mouse with the humane traps i was going to huck it somewhere miles away.
Just ordered some glue traps, bringing my total spend to about £20ish quid, so if the mouse knows what is best it will pop into one of the humane traps over the next several days 😉Posted 8 years ago
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