Learning you have a mice population problem on your hands in your home in Bergen County can be detrimental to your mental and physical health. Whether you’d like to admit it or not, mice making your home their home is not only mentally disruptive, but physically damaging. Mice carry a lot of diseases and learning where they have been, what they have destroyed and that they breed quickly can only cause you the need to get rid of the critters as soon as possible. In our previous pest control post, we shared an easy way to stop mice in their tracks using a suggested method of mouse traps. Today we’ll be sharing another.
How To Get Rid of Mice Part 2
2 of 5 Proven Ways to Get Rid of Mice
Bait and Poison
Making the decision of using bait and poisoning to get rid of mice who have made your home their home can be a tricky and controversial one. There are many individuals out there who believe positions are cruel since many of them work by dehydrating the mouse; however, it’s truly a personal decision and it’s important to consider the flip side: Mice carry many harmful diseases, so if it comes down to killing a mouse or two, or running the risk of your family getting ill from a mouse, which would you rather choose? If you do decide to run the route of bait and poison, make sure you follow the necessary precautions:
- Always, always, always use mouse bait in sealed and safe bait stations.
- Hide bait stations under cabinets and other out-of-reach areas where pets and children will not be able to access; ie: Behind the fridge, on the top of your kitchen cabinets, etc.
- Poison should only be used inside of your home. Outside of your home may cause pets to get into the poison.
- Wear rubber gloves while handling the bait and placing it around your home. After you’ve finished placing the bait, throw away the gloves and immediately wash your hands with soap and water.
- If there is extra bait leftover, store it in a container made for this type of substance and place it in a safe location that cannot be accessed by children or pets.
Give the Professionals a Call
If you don’t feel comfortable baiting and poisoning mice that have entered your home this winter, feel free to leave the hard work, and situation as a whole, up to the professionals. Our pest control company is well-versed when it comes to mice control. We have the experience and technical expertise you can trust to take care of your mice problem as soon as possible. Reach out to us online today to learn more about our mice control services. In the meantime, stay tuned for more ways we suggest you get rid of mice this winter in our next blog.