Author: David Brooks

which smells repel mice

Which Smells Repel Mice?

At least once in a lifetime, you have crossed your paths with a mouse. Now, you all know about some “inhuman” and natural ways of dealing with mice infestation, but what if I tell you that there are certain smells that will simply make mice run for its life? Yes, […]

can mice sense a cat in the house

Can Mice Sense a Cat in the House?

Mice have a unique sensory organ that helps them detect the scent of their enemies, including cats. This is why you are less likely to see a mouse when you have a cat in the house. However, just because you cannot see the mice does not mean that they are […]

how to get rid of mice in a garage

How To Get Rid Of Mice In Your Garage?

Having a mice infestation really is an annoying problem, even if it’s in your garage. It can compromise your health and even cause emotional difficulties. They create their nests inside of our walls, chewing their way through and in that way electrical wires as well. Like any other garage, you […]

does mouse poison expire

Does Mouse Poison Expire?

When a poison expires does it get more or less poisonous? What about mouse poison – can it expire? Yes and no, it depends on how well you preserve it. If the mouse poison, or rodenticide, is not well preserved, it will still be efficient, yet unattractive to mice and […]

do mice like peanut butter

Do Mice Like Peanut Butter?

You might have heard that mice like peanut butter and wondered if that was true. Yes, they do like it, and it is, in fact, stronger than liking. They adore peanut butter but it shouldn’t serve as their meal, so you should study carefully how to set bait with peanut […]

are mice smart enough to avoid traps

Are Mice Smart Enough to Avoid Traps?

This is the question that bugs all of us that have problem with mice that are constantly escaping our traps. No, they aren’t, but you have probably set up the trap wrongly. The scientists have researched mice’s behaviors and came up with several conclusions that might be useful for catching […]