I could rent you my cat
You've got to stop them entering the garage in the first place, that may not be easy but it's the only way if you don't want to use poison.
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Living close to the river Avon we got rats a plenty in Bath. They go about their business in broad daylight.
My lock up is up against an ancient crumbling cemetery wall and garage door fit is poor.
I know that I had little mice at first, dunno about rats.
But, there's been nowt for years. Not sure if it's the rich fumes and noise from a stroker Chevy or the old nescafe coffee jar I **** in to.
I tip it in the bushes but leave a dribble in and the jar is fecking rancid. Maybe they can smell it!?
Sounds like a good idea, but as the garage is attached to the house I don't think the missus would be too pleased with me ****ing everywhere
be careful rat **** is nasty stuff , block any small holes you want real traps , or they will keep coming back have a chat with local council
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Another thing you can do is make the area around the garage as exposed as possible, rats etc don't like to be out in the open so don't give them anything to hide behind/under things like garden tools , wheel barrows and firewood stacked up against the wall will encourage them. Make a clear space all around
What about ghosts. Sorry Jim just had to get that in.
Mars bar makes a good bait.
It's only funny till someone gets hurt..........then it's friggin' hilarious
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