To remove mice from walls, you must lure them into traps. Homeowners can do this using commercial traps, or they can hire professional exterminators to remove the mice.
Mice are capable of entering homes and buildings through tiny cracks and crevices. The first evidence of mice in the walls is usually the sound of mice gnawing. Other evidence includes mice droppings in the area, holes in the walls and chew marks on the woodwork or near food sources. Mice can cause damage to food and dwellings because of their gnawing and chewing.
Mice leave the walls to feed, so in order to trap them, homeowners can use food to lure the mice to traps they have set. Some traps, such as spring-loaded and glue traps, capture and kill the mice. Other traps, such as live-catch traps, allow the owner to release the mice outside the building without killing them. For traps to work successfully, they must be set up correctly in the vicinity where the mice are expected to be. Traps should be set with care, because they can present a danger to children and pets. To fully manage an infestation of mice, the services of professionals may be required.