Several weeks ago, we discovered our bird seed bags had been chewed into in the garage, and realized we had a mouse. We wanted to get rid of it, but didn’t want to harm it in any way. After reading the reviews of this product we decided to give it a try. In combination with putting the birdseed in plastic containers, this seems to have done the trick as there is no more evidence of Mickey in the garage. I was concerned that the scent might be unpleasant, but it’s actually a rather nice piney scent that keeps our garage smelling fresh. Good price, good scent and best of all, it’s humane and non-toxic to people and animals.
Fresh cab is AMAZING !!!!! Our camper was clear of any mice activity. Thank you
– Lori B.
I have tried so many things for the mice this season. There have been an over abundance of them here (east coast) for some reason this year. We tried poison pellets, traps and peppermint oil. The traps if you think about it are only attracting them with the cheese or peanut butter you add to them to catch the mouse. The peppermint oil was really just a great air freshener for my house and the pellets did nothing. I found Fresh Cab doing a search, it is a bit expensive but worth the try. I was afraid that the smell would be strong and make my house smell like a Christmas tree (I have NEVER liked that smell). It did not have too strong of a smell and it really was not that bad. You have to put it in the area where you have seen them the most which for me was under the kitchen sink. I used one box of four pouches. One under the kitchen sink, behind the dryer where the hose is, in the pantry cabinet and beside the refrigerator. I have had them there for over a month and they are still working, though it may be time to change them since I think I heard something the other night and the smell of the pouch is mild now. These are a miracle because they really work and are safe around pets and children. IT REALLY IS WORTH THE MONEY!!