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Published on Jan 27, 2012
Ammonia can be used to get rid of mice by cleaning an area, because mice are more attracted to conditions that are not clean. Discover how ammonia can also be used as an odorous repellent with help from an instructor and specialist in pest and wildlife control in this free video on getting rid of mice.
Expert: Ed Carrow Contact: www.CritterControl.com Bio: Ed Carrow has over 20 years in nuisance wildlife control with Critter Control. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Series Description: Mice are typically repelled by the scent of moth balls, bleach or gasoline, but using odors as repellents can create a reverse effect. Find out why mice may first approach a smell that will eventually repel them with help from an instructor and specialist in pest and wildlife control in this free video series on getting rid of mice.