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Old 04-19-2019, 09:44 PM
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The "old fashioned" moth ***** were banned a long time ago, and "they" don't like the current ones too much either. Supposedly carcinogenic. I guess they work though.
 
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There is a product called "Fresh Cab" that works really good. It comes in small burlap bag packs and it smells like pine. It is available at WalMart. ACE Hardware, Amazon, Tractor Supply. MILLs Fleet Farm stores...etc...
 
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I use a product called Tomcat, it's a small green cube. I've had great luck controlling mice and rats with it. I buy it at the local hardware store.
 
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I use a product called Tomcat, it's a small green cube. I've had great luck controlling mice and rats with it. I buy it at the local hardware store.
I have been using poison, traps, sticky pads, the noise units, and moth *****. They still like getting in and nesting in my old cars, trucks, and tractors.
 
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I have no problem with mice in my detached garage at my house where I keep my 54. But I put dryer sheets in and around the cab as a precaution. Where I store my 55 is another matter. I don't know if the owner has mice in his warehouse or not but I did the dryer sheet thing plus put mothballs on the running boards, bumper, on top of tires around in the floor around the truck....just in case.
 

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