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Does Cayenne Pepper Get Rid of Mice

Cayenne pepper can get rid of mice. However, there are other factors involved. You'll need to know how and where to use it. And by combining it with other substances, you can make it more effective.
Denise Jonker-Bruin
Denise Jonker-Bruin • 1 year ago

To get rid of mice Try soaking horseradish, garlic and cayenne pepper in regular salad oil for about four days. Strain this mixture into a spray bottle and then liberally spray the mixture into or onto known mouse habitation areas. This solution can be sprayed in places you could not possibly get to with cayenne pepper, and the oil will make it stick on anything it touches.

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