The first thing to do is to find the openings through which the mice are entering and to take the necessary steps to close them. Remember that they can squeeze through spaces as small as 1/4 inch.
To detect an indoor mouse problem, we suggest using Maheu&Maheu Glue Traps
. For suppression, however, conventional mechanical traps are preferable. It is better to use peanut butter than cheese as bait because peanut butter dries out less quickly and rodents love it. Pea butter can also be used if anyone is allergic to nuts. Both these methods allow the bodies of small rodents to be recuperated, thus avoiding future odor problems from putrefaction.
Contrary to popular belief, there is no product on the market that can dry a rodent’s body without odor.
Outdoor, we recommend using moisture resistant paraffin-covered rodenticide block. They are more resistant to humidity and remain attractive to rodents longer.
Multiple use traps such as Pro Ketch can also be used either indoors or outdoors.