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    • Christina Phillips

      Make a DIY No-Kill Mousetrap with a Toilet Paper Roll. It's a nice idea and all but someone's gonna have to drop that thing off in the woods and it isn't gonna be me!

    • Jean Brandenburg

      Make a DIY No-Kill Mousetrap with a Toilet Paper Roll. He drops himself into a tall bucket. I think I'll do this in the shop!

    • Chris Miller

      Mouse Control, the Humane Way | Homesessive.comDo-It-Yourself Mouse Traps: One method suggests positioning an empty toilet paper roll with bait at the edge of a table and with a bucket beneath. When the mouse comes after the bait, the toilet paper roll pivots from the weight and dumps the mouse in the bucket. If your mice are good jumpers, shredded newspaper at the bottom of the bucket helps cut down on their jumping power.

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    • Kevin Manley

      DIY no-kill mouse trap using a toilet paper roll and trashcan.

    • Anne Marie

      Make a DIY No-Kill Mousetrap with a Toilet Paper Roll. . . .

    • Sammy B

      No kill inexpensive mouse trap using a toilet paper roll

    • Trudi L.

      DIY non-lethal mousetrap using only a toilet paper tube

    • Brandy Erdossy

      DIY No-Kill Mousetrap Haha!

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