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Re: [Shop-talk] Mice

To: Brian Kennedy <>,
Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Mice
From: Steven Trovato <>
Date: Wed, 07 Dec 2016 13:50:05 -0500
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Do a google search for "bucket mouse trap" and you will see lots of 
examples of this.  Usually it's a 5 gallon bucket.  There's no reason 
to use gasoline.  Water works fine, with antifreeze if in a freezing 
area.  You just need to catch/kill mice, not incinerate them along 
with the whole building.  Personally just use plastic traps like 

At 09:54 AM 12/7/2016, Brian Kennedy wrote:
>One guy said he used a 2 gallon can 1/2 full of gas. He put some 
>sort of slippery rod across the top, greased I think, with cheese or 
>something in the middle. The mice would fall in the gas trying to 
>get the bait. He said he caught 25 mice or so in his garage that way.


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