You’d think it would be an unequal contest – Man vs Mouse – but mice removal is not so easy. They might be weigh in at less than 30g, are all but blind, and notoriously shy (most of the time), but try to get rid of mice, and they can dig in their tiny heels.
A sleeping woman was woken by a sharp jab of pain and found she was being eaten by a mouse. She looked down in horror to find blood gushing from her thumb, then saw a mouse scurrying out of her bed and into the corner of the bedroom. Sara* said: “I woke suddenly and could
You may never come across signs of mice in your home, even when they are there. But when the mouse population grows, or when us humans are particularly sensitive to their presence, it becomes much easier to spot the tell-tale signs that mice have taken up residence. Mice are nocturnal creatures so the signs of
If you see a mouse in the house or business premises, the sensible thing to do is go online to find the best mouse trap. Right? We would say, very politely, wrong! Give us a moment here, and we will explain. Mouse traps have been around for centuries, as long as mice have been living with humans. And, as reported in the New Scientist in March 2017, the latest scientific evidence indicates that is 15,000 years.
For some homeowners finding the best way to get rid of mice in their house proves to be harder than finding the mice in the first place. Many property owners, whether they have houses, flats or commercial premises, struggle to get rid of mice. They are only tiny, frail, little animals, so how hard should
If there is one thing that is always true, this is it: once our customers find they have mice in the house, they want to get rid of them – and fast. So, the question of, how to get rid of mice fast is always a top priority concern. What is strange, then, is that,
Pest control companies receive a rush of calls for help with mouse problems at Christmas – because the mother-in-law is coming to stay. Mouse control experts at SUPERPROOF say householders want to make sure that close relatives who come to stay for the festive season are not offended or worried. He also warned that householders