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To get rid of mice naturally, eliminate their entry points, food sources and bedding supplies, then use peppermint oil and moth balls to repel them. If all else fails, get a cat. More »

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Mothballs contain chemicals to keep pests away and, as such, they can also deter mice. Nonetheless, they will likely not remove mice from a household completely. More »

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To get rid of mice in an apartment, contact the building owner, if the apartment is rented, to make arrangements for an exterminator. Owners who wish to tackle the problem immediately should set traps to catch the mice, ... More »

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Use peppermint oil and baking soda to repel mice inside the home. Commercial products, such as repellent sprays and pest-deterring garbage bags, are also options that help to control mice populations. More »

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The best way to get rid of mice is to remove potential food sources, remove hiding spaces and set traps. It is important to remember that mice breed quickly, so all steps should be taken immediately after spotting a mous... More »

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To eliminate mice, remove all food sources, seal the home and set live or snap-style traps in the infested areas. Bait the traps with food, such as raisins, and check the traps frequently. Remove any trapped mice, and re... More »

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To naturally repel mice, soak cotton balls in peppermint or clove essential oil, and place the cotton balls in the affected areas of the home. Sachets made with whole cloves, black pepper, dried cayenne and peppermint le... More »

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