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For the unfortunate among us, the perils of a household mouse infestation will present themselves at one point or another. The evidence will be there to see, with gnawed-at furnishings and unsanitary droppings all pointing towards a rodent culprit. But is there a simple way to protect our homes from these crafty critters?

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Of course, there are traps and poisons available which can help to solve the mouse population inside your invaded home. But these tend to cost money – and many could be considered inhumane and ultimately damaging to the surrounding environment. Instead, you might want to take an alternative method into consideration.

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