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Old 01-29-2008, 01:59 PM
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We had a problem with mice building nest in Traffic Signal Control boxes and chewing wires. We were told by the Manufacturer's salesman that if you put "Bounce" Fabric Softener Sheets, the same one's you put in a cloth's dryer in the Control box. It will keep mice and rats out because they can't stand the smell of them, must change them monthly, in the case of your car I would change them weekly. Put them in the car an anywhere you think the mice might come into the car, also put them in the garage. It is working so far for us.
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Old 01-29-2008, 02:24 PM
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mouse chewed up my mom porsche wiring harness while in the garage ove the winter
I was just about to mention checking the wiring, for some reason mice and squirrels love to chew them apart...i'd use the sticky traps too...they do a great job of catching the little varmints...

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Old 01-29-2008, 03:42 PM
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If I wasn't DEATHLY Allergic I would!!

Knowing your luck you would go into Anaphylactic shock


In fact, don't get a mouse trap either, you might loose a finger arming it.
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Maybe you could go to a gun show and pick up a new piece.... oh wait..... that might be a sore subject
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It's people with your luck, but without your money, that take a long dive off of an extremely high bridge...

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Maybe Lambo Floormats Are Tasty
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Gino, They say that dryer sheets like bounce or something keep out the little chits and don't smell bad. I think moth balls will make your eyes water!!
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Really sucks to be you.
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