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Q: Anyone recommend some good mouse killing product?

I woke up in the middle of the night, went in the kitchen and THOUGHT I'd seen a furtive little shape moving about. Come daylight, I found minuscule black, dried turds strewn about. I'm fairly disgusted.

 

Anyone know where might be the best place to buy some mouse killing products? I heard the things they sell in small department stores aren't strong enough because some people buy them to kill themselves. Should I head to Carrefour instead?

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At Carrefour or other such stores you can find a Japanese-made trap, which is a small cardboard surface, with some type of super glue on top and little knobs in the middle emitting a smell the mice will be attracted to. Once they step on the platform, they become glued to it.

 

I had this problem before and had to resort to using this, despite its absolutely sadistic nature. It worked like a charm, and the poor mouse screeched, shat, pissed, scratched, bit at the thing and couldn't escape. It made me sad.

debbie.luo:

I second this choice. My roommate bought this mouse-superglue thingy a week ago and that same night we caught the little bugger.

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daxigua:

yes, those are good for mice, maybe not if it's a rat.

can get em in many shops, think they are about 4 yuan.

 

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Get a cat. Not only will your mouse problem be solved, but cats are cool.

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If you can deal with the dead body disposal part (or have someone that doesn't mind), just use a trap.  I like the cat idea too though Tongue

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I have big monster cats and and a mouse living in my stove that ate cat food. The cats tried to kill it, but they kind of juggle the mouse around and rough it up. I think just trying to claw it without getting bit, so the mouse always got way. Once the mouse started getting on the counter, I put out a trap and nailed it right away. I was worried the cats would set off the trap on themselves as they get on counters.

A swat with a broom will kill a mouse.

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Wow! That must have been one tough mouse!

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well o think a mouse trap ought to do the trick i could be wrong

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  Jeez Bat, you're as predictable as me. Real night-owl, aintcha?

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At Carrefour or other such stores you can find a Japanese-made trap, which is a small cardboard surface, with some type of super glue on top and little knobs in the middle emitting a smell the mice will be attracted to. Once they step on the platform, they become glued to it.

 

I had this problem before and had to resort to using this, despite its absolutely sadistic nature. It worked like a charm, and the poor mouse screeched, shat, pissed, scratched, bit at the thing and couldn't escape. It made me sad.

debbie.luo:

I second this choice. My roommate bought this mouse-superglue thingy a week ago and that same night we caught the little bugger.

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yes, those are good for mice, maybe not if it's a rat.

can get em in many shops, think they are about 4 yuan.

 

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