Mice are unwelcome sights in most homes, but they can be removed from the house without killing them in a conventional mousetrap. A trap helps you capture the mice so you can release them alive outdoors. However, it is important to remember that mice released close to the home may eventually find their way back indoors.
Sometimes mice play game on the mouse trap that is actually annoying for all. It may poke you from away by moving its beard. It’s happened too often and more times than not, we find ourselves with out a mouse trap in the first place while they have infested our cellars, attics, garage, cabins, you name it, they just waltz in like your crazy Aunt and Uncle, no heads up, no door bell, just one day you get a, “Oh hey, didn’t see you there.”
If you find yourself in this situation and are in need of some mass exporting, here is a few simple DIY mouse traps that you can make out of several items that you probably already have around the house. You will only need a plastic bottle and some rubber bands. Then follow the procedures of the video and capture these pesky creatures.
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