WinterSucks said:While the repellants might work perfectly, I would still rather kill them. You will be doing the neighbors a favor, and maybe keeping them from getting into the house.
I remember reading that some guys took theirs off for better cooling since all they cared about is tracking. Maybe they would sell them? Can't hurt to post a WTB. I would definitely make sure the rodents didn't munch on anything else, too.
I ordered two setsaskjeffro said:To my surprise, RiddeX wall plug in got rid of my rodent problem.
Grant 302 said:I wouldn't put a glue trap anywhere on or in the car. I'm sure you could get them with traps located nearby.
8) I wasn't suggesting you meant to leave them in for driving around!Domestic Product said:You remove them when you use the car. We have been doing this in vehicles for years "if" we have a critter issue in the car. Just be careful. The damage is done and if it is a rat they can really do a lot of damage. So you bait at the activity spot if possible for best results. If you do not want them in the car then
set traps at all 4 walls in the garage. Good luck.
13deboss302 said:Sorry to contradict many but mint oil, bounce sheet, mothball, etc do not work.