Questions about Victor® Scent-Away™ Natural Rodent Repeller Packs™ - 5 Packs

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Q.I live in a 30 foot RV.... mice / rats ? arrived a few weeks ago. I tried peppermint oil essentail oils, moth balls, and dryer sheets. Nothing worked . Not even three indoor cats who are obsessed with my dashboard. I bought the sachets, placed three under the dashboard , for me , as a human, the smell was overpowering. Although you state it is safe for pets , the smell made my meows eyes tear?? Maybe three sachets is too much . But one of my cats is still sitiing up there sniffing. Would they smell not make them (mice) leave . Pleasei advise about breathing reaction in kitty and how long would it take for the rodents to leave .Thank you for your time and energy. Betina and the three meows /
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We apologize for this experience and would like to learn more. For additional assistance, please feel free to contact us directly. Our Consumer Relations Team can be reached at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867).

 

 

Q.I have an 8 ft by 8 ft storage shed in my back yard. Would your natural rodent repeller packs be effective for white footed mice? Also, what other products would you recommend. I have yet to find any bait that they like and have had the best success with unbaited snap traps and glue traps. I have tride your electronic trap with no success at all. Thanks.
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This product is ideal for enclosed spaces. The mint scent will repel all mice. We recommend using either a repellent or a baited trap. If both are used at the same time, the mice may put up with the unwelcome environment to get to the food source.

 

 

Q.Is this poisonous to pets?
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Scent-Away™ Packs are safe to use in homes with children and pets when used as directed and should only be used indoors. These packs are made from a permeable mesh, and contain tiny granules infused with 100% peppermint oil.

Q.Is mint odor toxic to cabinet foods, stored in boxes or paper wrappers.
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This product uses peppermint oil which is a natural product and is non-toxic.  It has a strong scent and may be absorbed by nearby food, depending on it's packaging.

Q.What are the "granules" made of?  Are they a fibrous plant material that could become an attractant or food source after the peppermint oils wear off?  
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The granule material is made of ground corn cob. Since the peppermint scent is very strong it would be unlikely that they would consider it a food source due to how sensitive their sense of smell is.


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