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Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Natural Mouse Deterrent

A Mouse in the house is EKKKK
They belong outside
Not sneaking around, my home
eating snacks 
leaving tracks
walking by 2 lazy cats


Alright I hope you liked my attempt at a poem. 
Right away I am going to say that if you have a rodent problem I suggest sticking to the more natural ways for removing them from your house. I have nothing against those who use traps I do think that the extremely sticky tape is cruel. You never know when children or pets or children can get into. 


J.I's Mouse Deodorizer is great for ending the problem before it starts. By using all natural ingredients all you have to do is set little pouches around your house, (most only needing 1) They prevent mice from coming inside an area as the product package is filled with the natural scent that mice don't like. 

With having 2 cats a 2 dogs this is a product that I can feel safe laying down.. It's non-toxic. The odor of the formula. ( the "odor" is the pleasant soap smell) It makes mice avoid the area. The granules in the pack suck up existing mouse smells. Around nests or where their poop is, (ekk)

The benefit to using the pouches is not having to clean up anything dead and there is ZERO poisons.

Works great in cabs of vehicles. Their original design was to be used along the walls of shops and garages and warehouses.
It has been said that many farmers use this product as well. 
They would be great for when you are gardening to keep the mice away from picking at everything. 

Directions: Drop the pouch in the area you pick.poke a hole to allow the scent out (Wash hands afterwards)

1 Package covers 500sq. for 6 months
ZERO MAINTENANCE

I have noticed while using this that there are less dead mice being brought in by my cats! i have it in my front porch, and will be buying more for other areas, I can only hope J.I can make a rat deterrent .

You can buy it HERE IN USA

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a great idea for camping or when you are holding seasonal gear. I always hate finding them.

Angelic Sinova said...

Natural Mouse Deterrent sounds likes a great alternate. I have a dog so I wouldn't want an toxic traps laying around so he can get hurt. I like that this does not included any toxic materials.

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle said...

I really love this. I hate having mice in the house, but I always feel so bad when we catch them in the traps. Thanks!

Christy Maurer said...

That is great! I haven't had a mouse in the house since we don't really live where they tend to get in, but I know people who do! I'll have to share.

Amanda Simkin said...

This looks like a great natural way to combat pesky rodents. We have had a huge ant problem and I am at a loss of finding a way to stop them that isn't toxic for our family.

When the Skies Are Gray said...

That's pretty crazy! I've never heard of a mouse deterrent before!

jcupphoo said...

Ohh interesting! I've never seen this before. I know some friends who could definitely use this - I'll have to share this.

Miranda Myrabev said...

I do not like the idea of setting up traps because then once caught you need to clear it now and I am too much a woose to do it so this is such a great idea for me I think

Maureen said...

We don't have a mouse issue right now but I will definitely remember this for the future. I am not a fan of standard traps. This sounds much better.

Mykidsguide said...

I freak out every time I see a mouse in my house. This sounds like a great idea to keep them away. I will look for this.

Amanda Tempel said...

I've never heard of anything like this. It seems really interesting. I don't like killing anything, and I definitely don't want mice in our home. This seems like a great thing to try.

Michelle Augimeri said...

That's great! We had a mouse once, we thought he was so cute until he had a family, then it was awful. We had a live trap and let them go in the woods.

Franc said...

Mouse can really be a problem in terms of hygiene. It's nice that they have this mouse detergents that can rid you of the problem.

mail4rosey said...

It's works naturally and isn't toxic. That really is win-win.

Susan Quackenbush said...

This seems like such an eco-friendly alternative to inhumane traps and poisons! Thank you for sharing this wonderful product with us! :)

Stephanie Pass said...

It's great if it's non-toxic. When I lived in a rural area before, we had a mouse or two come hang out in the pantry. But where I live now, we have a big feral cat population. One of them loves to hang out on my porch. Our city has a committee that takes care of them. I do believe they are what helps in keeping the mice away from my house.

Angie Scheie said...

I loved you poem :-). I also love this alternative to traditional methods. I was a little alarmed to read that they could be used in cabs. Are nice found a lot in cabs?! Eww...I'll stick to Uber.

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

What a great idea as a mouse deterrent. I hope it's available internationally.

Marjorie Pineda-Uy said...

Interesting! I hope it's available in our country. I like that it's non-toxic.

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