I used to surround my car with that green poison "mouse food". Like 12 trays
It does not kill instantly, so you may get some "mouse activity" but it
sure minimizes it. I never had any mouse "damage".... but I found a few
dead mice on the floor mats and in the tailpipe. You could also put glue
traps on the front floor mats... to get anone thinking of going up under
I have heard of ppl puttting clothes dryer sheets under the hood and in the
passenger compartment. I don't like the idea of poisons because they eat it
and just go somewhere to die, often times where you don't want them. Glue
boards don't work well when it gets below freezing but I do lay them on the
floor boards anyway. Otherwise I put dryer sheets under the hood, put snap
traps by each wheel, plug the exhaust ports with foam. Beyond that I have
traps along the walls near the garage doors. I had one mouse do $300 worth
of damage to my fuel injector wiring, cabin air ducts/fan, and hood liner.
A friend of mine who is a professional exterminator recommended I do what I
Would be interested in hearing what others have had work and not work for
My C5 gets parked in a neighbor's feedbarn. We
park the wheels in large plastic pans (upside
down garbage can lids). We fill the lids with
cellulose house insulation. (shredded newsprint
that's chemically fireproofed.)
No mice evidence but I'm getting some
discoloration of the tires.
So far, no mice have jumped from the rafters.
I bought an ultra sonic anti mosquito device that plugs into the
mains. It is claimed to keep away cats dogs mice rats etc and I have
had one plugged in near my car for two winters now with no signs of
any mice about. It does not consume hardly any current, either.
Best of luck. George.
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