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Mice and horns #7619537 09/29/19 11:41 PM
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anyone know how to stop mice or possibles a flying squirrel from eatin my horns I have 6-8 skull mounts on my covered patio. Is there something i could spray on my horns to stop this. Haven't tried any rat bait other than the sticky traps baited with peanut butter.
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Jeff

Re: Mice and horns [Re: Buck-N-Bass Master] #7619940 09/30/19 02:48 PM
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Boil habanero peppers and use the water in a spray bottle. Soak those antlers down. Repeat as necessary.


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Originally Posted by Erathkid
Boil habanero peppers and use the water in a spray bottle. Soak those antlers down. Repeat as necessary.


That's a great solution

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