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Old 08-23-2012, 12:58 PM   #11
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To the OP - sorry, I can't speak to the product, but, for what it is worth, my neighbour uses cloves and has not a mouse problem in years.

Apparantly, mice can't stand the smell of clove. When I'm ready to store my trailer, I plan on placing the cloves strategically around the trailer in tin foil trays.

good luck.
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Old 08-23-2012, 01:59 PM   #12
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I used Fresh Cab by earthKind when I stored it for the winter time. Each pack lasts ~3 months, and covers 125 square feet. No rodents whatsoever (and I've seen some running around our storage area), and it left our camper smelling like a Christmas tree (major ingredient is balsam fir oil) kind of nice!

They're pricey on their website, but I got a 4 pack on ebay for about $14.
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