Rodent Control With Fresh Cab Rodent Repellant Review

I was given Fresh Cab Rodent Repellant for our home in exchange for an honest blog review of the product. Due to the fact that we live so close to the woods we have issues with killing mice in our home. We were pleased with the chance to try this product out was definitely something we were looking forward to.

There is nothing worse than having to throw food and clothing out due to the fact that a mouse decided to make it theirs. Luckily, we’ve only had that issue once, but once was more than enough for me!! We always have to place mouse traps out. It’s a part of living in the country. It’s not something people really like to talk about. However, sometimes to get great ideas to fix things… you have to talk about it.

Fresh Cab Rodent Repellant is a product that helps keeps rodent critters out of your home.  The stuff is made to be human proof, but yet keep the mice from wanting to be in your home. They make it from natural ingredients. They state that the smell is pleasant to have in your home. I personally do not agree. Of course, since it keeps mice from trying to each my food without harming me I’m not one to argue. (It is NOT recommended that you honestly put it next to your food!)

It comes in little packets that you can lay out in your attics, basements, or storage rooms. You can also use them in your RV or boat too. You can put one pouch every 8 feet. The scent lasts for up to 30 days. Once the scent wears off, you need to change the pouches out.

You can get free of those annoying mice and rats by getting Fresh Cab Rodent for your home with the ease of just placing little pouches all throughout your home. No more having to risk having your fingers get snapped with those annoying old timer mouse traps. Not to mention, having to give up your cheese or peanut butter.

What is your favorite way to keep mice away?



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I'm Crystal. I'm married to Dale, and mother to Johnny.Some might say that my life is perfect because I get to do all the cliché wife things like cooking, cleaning, and decorating - but there's more! I also have many hobbies including needlework (crochet), sewing, and reading. My son's education is important, so we homeschool him together.

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