When cold weather appears at the end and the start of a new year; sometimes, it can bring along some tiny, disruptive, unwanted visitors.
Mice, trying to beat the cold, can find themselves in the hollow shelter of your own walls. This can leave quite an unsettling feeling over those who notice them; whether through the sounds of tiny, running feet through the walls, or from the high-pitched squeaking. However, one of the worse signs of these furry, home-invaders is their droppings over your countertops.
It is never fun to have rodent roommates; especially since you will soon realize, if there is one, there will always be more. It is a very rare case that you will only have one mouse in the house; therefore, it is vital that you get to work on ridding of the creatures quickly before the numbers can grow even more.
If you have a problem with mice that you need to get rid of, or just want tips on keeping them away for good for the future; read these tips that will attempt to help you with dealing with mice in both inhumane and humane ways. Enjoy:
Before we get into the nitty-gritty of mice traps; it is good to know how to set a trap up beforehand. Having good bait and a good place to place them will be what makes this whole operation work well.