When you have mice in the home, it's crucial to figure out a way to get rid of them as quickly as possible. If you have peppermint Altoids on hand, you can forget the trip to your local pest control store, and instead use the peppermint Altoids as a natural mouse repellent. The little rodents cannot stand the scent of peppermint, and will go...
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Placed around gardens, this pure copper wire mesh repels snails and slugs, because they don't like touching copper. It can also be cut to length to stuff in cracks, gaps or other small openings in buildings to block birds or rodents or other animals.
Ratio of Peppermint Oil to Water for Repelling Mice
Combine two teaspoons of peppermint oil with one cup of water and then add a few drops of dish detergent to help the ingredients mix better. Shake it all together in a spray bottle and apply the mixture any place that you have or suspect you have mice. Reapply the spray as the scent fades, usually after about two weeks. Also you can put undiluted peppermint oil on a cotton ball and place where you suspect mice.
Poisoned Bait Dry cement powder Cornflour Directions: Mix 50/50 and place in a shallow dish or bait station in the path used by rodents (can be used for inside rodent control). After feeding the mouse will seek water outside which causes the cement powder to react, quickly killing the rodent. Source: Rats & Mice Rodent Control.