How To Get Rid Of Mice In Your Kitchen [Video]

Posted by Rita Stadler

Mar 6, 2013 4:33:00 PM

I can tell you the easiest way to get rid of mice:  Fresh Cab Natural Rodent Repellent.

I can tell you how it works:  Fresh Cab puts off a Balsam Fir scent that is pleasant to people but offensive to rodents.  Rodents avoid areas treated with Fresh Cab because they rely on their highly developed sense of smell rather than their poor eyesight to help them find their way.  Fresh Cab overpowers their sense of smell.

I can tell you what Fresh Cab is made of:  Plant fibers and essential oils.  These ingredients are so safe and natural, you could eat them!

I can tell you Fresh Cab works:  Fresh Cab is the only EPA Registered rodent repellent for indoor use.  We are so confident it will work for you, we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

But maybe you don't want me to tell you.  Maybe you've spent all day reading reports or preparing documents and if you have to look at one more line of text, your head will explode.  Maybe you're more of a visual learner.

Lucky for you, our friends at Team Fitzgerald have made a video, inviting us into Dan's own kitchen.  He will show you where he puts pouches of Fresh Cab to repel mice and avoid finding "mice rice."  Listening to the experiences of an expert and seeing how he applies these practices to his own home can make getting rid of mice even easier. 

As a quick recap, Dan Fitzgerald recommends putting Fresh Cab pouches in these places in your kitchen:

·       By appliances.
·       Under the stove.
·       In pantry areas/cabinets.
·       Under the sink.
·       Under/behind the refrigerator. 
Related post:

Top 3 Fresh Cab Rodent Repellent Customer Complaints

Topics: Pest Control, Home

Rita Stadler
Rita lives in Central Florida and has been a member of Team EarthKind since 2010. When not writing about ways to preserve the good and prevent the rest, her 4 children keep her busy. She can be found sharing mouse jokes on Twitter @EartKkind and answering to calls of "MOM!" from any kid within a 25 foot radius.

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