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What are the best ways to get rid of mice?

General Questions 

 
 How do d-CON® products compare to others on the market?
 What are the different kinds of rodent control measures?
 How do I know if I need to use baits or traps?
 How do I know if I have a rodent in my home?
 Where should I place my mouse trap and baits?
 How long do they work? When do they need to be replaced?
 How do I know that I've trapped them all?
 How much rodent bait do I need?
 If my pet eats the rodent bait, could it die?
 If my pet eats a dead rodent that may have eaten d-CON®, will it die?
 What preventive measures can I take to ensure a rodent free home?
 What if I'm unsatisfied with the results of my purchased d-CON® products?
 What Are the Best Ways to Get Rid of Mice?

d-CON® offers a wide variety of mice traps, however, the best way to get rid of mice depends on the individual situation. First, you must identify the type of rodent as well as the level of infestation. Determining where the noises or rodents are concentrated will eventually help you determine where to put the traps. Second, you must eliminate all entry points as well as the likely main source of the problem, feeding sites. Be sure that all food is stored in tight plastic or glass containers - this includes cereals, crackers, flour, sugar, etc. Trash cans should be shut tight and sealed and you should consider a thorough cleaning of your house or apartment in order to ensure nothing is forgotten. Last, is determining which type of trap to use, as well as where to put mouse traps. d-CON® offers a wide variety of effective mouse traps including glue traps, bait traps, No View, No  Touch traps and more. Place your traps near any previously suspected entry points, as well as along baseboards in likely hiding spots. The best way to get rid of mice is to be extremely vigilant and always stay one step ahead. 

 General Questions
 
 How do d-CON® products compare to others on the market?
 What are the different kinds of rodent control measures?
 How do I know if I need to use baits or traps?
 How do I know if I have a rodent in my home?
 Where should I place my mouse trap and baits?
 How long do they work? When do they need to be replaced?
 How do I know that I've trapped them all?
 How much rodent bait do I need?
 If my pet eats the rodent bait, could it die?
 If my pet eats a dead rodent that may have eaten d-CON®, will it die?
 What preventive measures can I take to ensure a rodent free home?
 What if I'm unsatisfied with the results of my purchased d-CON® products?
 What Are the Best Ways to Get Rid of Mice?

d-CON® offers a wide variety of mice traps, however, the best way to get rid of mice depends on the individual situation. First, you must identify the type of rodent as well as the level of infestation. Determining where the noises or rodents are concentrated will eventually help you determine where to put the traps. Second, you must eliminate all entry points as well as the likely main source of the problem, feeding sites. Be sure that all food is stored in tight plastic or glass containers - this includes cereals, crackers, flour, sugar, etc. Trash cans should be shut tight and sealed and you should consider a thorough cleaning of your house or apartment in order to ensure nothing is forgotten. Last, is determining which type of trap to use, as well as where to put mouse traps. d-CON® offers a wide variety of effective mouse traps including glue traps, bait traps, No View, No  Touch traps and more. Place your traps near any previously suspected entry points, as well as along baseboards in likely hiding spots. The best way to get rid of mice is to be extremely vigilant and always stay one step ahead. 

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