If you ask 100 people how to get rid of mice, 99 of them will say put down mouse traps or mice poison. Yet MOST of our customers have already found to their cost that this approach does not work. Here are the five dirty secrets about how to get rid of mice in the home you need to know.
American first-time parents wanted just one thing when mice appeared in their home at the same time as their new-born baby – a method to achieve permanent mice removal. They were worried about mice poison and mouse traps. So what should they do?
Tighter rules controlling the use of rodenticides come into force on Thursday 1st March to reduce the number of secondary wildlife deaths caused by the misuse of rodent poisons. On that date, EU Commission Regulation 2016/1179 comes into force banning the general sale of rodenticides with anticoagulant active substances above 30 parts per million (ppm).
If you need to get rid of mice in the home the first thing you are likely to do is call a local a pest control company and urge them to come around as fast as possible. This might involve using a 24-hour mouse removal service with the hope that the mice will be gone
Mice tried to unseat a pensioner, after they moved into her settee. Three months of baiting and trapping fail to get rid of mice. The home owner had to continuously clean mouse poo and urine. So she turned to SUPERPROOF, hoping mouse proofing might be the answer.
People who want to get rid of mice can now buy a range of ultrasonic mouse repellent devices and electronic mice repellent equipment, as well as mice repellent sprays, which claim to deter and get rid of mice. But do any of these mice repellent products work? What is the evidence that they have any effect on mice infestations in homes? And are they worth the money, given that some can cost up to £50?
They have been known to make a grown man cry, and both men and women to abandon their homes. They make otherwise sensible and peace-loving people lash out with extreme violence, and fill others with shame, fearing neighbours and friends will hate them for ever. Yes, the humble house mouse has a lot of answer for.
Christmas is the time to be jolly, and to be worried about mice in the house. There is a widespread belief that mouse control problems get worse in winter because the mice come in from the cold. That idea, that mice move in to shelter in our homes when it gets colder, is a myth. The reason? The rodent that lives in our home is House Mouse. It has evolved to live with us humans.
The British use the word ‘posh’ in so many ways, so there is no reason it cannot perfectly describe the latest trend in mouse control. Here at SUPERPROOF we’re proud to help people from all walks of life get rid of mice.
Official figures obtained by a London Assembly member reveal that more than 100 complaints about rats and mice are made on average to London’s councils every day.