You can effectively use Peppermint oil to repel Mice from your home and other areas. Simply place a drop of two on a cotton ball and place in the area you wish to clear. Combine with spearmint oil for a particularly effective blend. The scent is so strong the mice cannot stand it and will (theoretically) run away from the smell.
Be careful not to use too much or you may harm the mice if they ingest it. Be very careful using any neat essential oil if you have children or pets around.
fresh and dried mint also keeps mice away. If using dried mint, you can create small sachets to put near entry points in your home. To make the sachets, use an old pair of medium denier tights and cut into squares. Pour dried mint onto the square and gather up at the corners, secure using a piece of string or elastic band.
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