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jorgefuber

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#41 - would an autistic kid have a $50 watch he bought with good boy points?  [+] (1 reply) 06/28/2016 on Robot goes to school +20
#56 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
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#123 - anyone have the original source for number 6 (black guy effing…  [+] (1 reply) 06/28/2016 on Random shit on my phone 74 0
#126 - notwalkingwaffles (06/28/2016) [-]
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#122 - we use the sticky pads so i'm assuming duct tape would be the …  [+] (3 replies) 05/21/2016 on What about now? 0
#124 - anon (05/21/2016) [-]
Rats and mice are PESTS, they are of no benefit (beside foodsource or pet) If you let it go it will return to where it came from ie your house/attic or become someone elses problem. Get a some tradition wood snap traps, bait with peanut butter and throw em in your attic. Check every 3 days.

Source is 6 years doing pest control in rat heaven (houston)
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#140 - jorgefuber (05/23/2016) [-]
honestly we get a mouse in our house (ha) about once a year if even that often, i'm too squeamish to kill them so just releasing them outside has worked fine so far. now when we get squirrels that's a different story, we use the cage traps to trap them, but no matter how far away from our house we release them they always make their way back here. i'm starting to wonder if killing them is the only way to get rid of them honestly
#123 - miasaki (05/21/2016) [-]
AFAIK, it has a similar desired result. My grandfather did that occasionally in his workshop (Cats eventually took over the role). He put some duct tape and whatever would attract the critters and they would get stuck, role up a bit or be greatly inconvenienced when it comes to moving around. It was the industrial strength shit though, so when it stuck, it was gonna stay, not this kind where you can peel it apart on its own if it folded on itself.

So decent tape should get it done, only difference I see is that the pads are a bit weighted, but if they are rolled in tape, its not like they are going very far any time soon.
#24 - if you pour some cooking oil around the tape, it'll come right…  [+] (8 replies) 05/21/2016 on What about now? +3
#54 - miasaki (05/21/2016) [-]
Im just a tad curious about that. Did you decide to DIY mice traps and lay out sheets of tape instead of sticky pads?
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#122 - jorgefuber (05/21/2016) [-]
we use the sticky pads so i'm assuming duct tape would be the same process, it can't be that different can it? now i'm questioning it
#124 - anon (05/21/2016) [-]
Rats and mice are PESTS, they are of no benefit (beside foodsource or pet) If you let it go it will return to where it came from ie your house/attic or become someone elses problem. Get a some tradition wood snap traps, bait with peanut butter and throw em in your attic. Check every 3 days.

Source is 6 years doing pest control in rat heaven (houston)
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#140 - jorgefuber (05/23/2016) [-]
honestly we get a mouse in our house (ha) about once a year if even that often, i'm too squeamish to kill them so just releasing them outside has worked fine so far. now when we get squirrels that's a different story, we use the cage traps to trap them, but no matter how far away from our house we release them they always make their way back here. i'm starting to wonder if killing them is the only way to get rid of them honestly
#123 - miasaki (05/21/2016) [-]
AFAIK, it has a similar desired result. My grandfather did that occasionally in his workshop (Cats eventually took over the role). He put some duct tape and whatever would attract the critters and they would get stuck, role up a bit or be greatly inconvenienced when it comes to moving around. It was the industrial strength shit though, so when it stuck, it was gonna stay, not this kind where you can peel it apart on its own if it folded on itself.

So decent tape should get it done, only difference I see is that the pads are a bit weighted, but if they are rolled in tape, its not like they are going very far any time soon.
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#90 - relvel (05/21/2016) [-]
My grandpa's solution? Put some peanut butter on duct tape and leave it somewhere.
#93 - miasaki (05/21/2016) [-]
Ahahahaha, fkin knew it. My grandfather did that as well with his workshop. "if it looks stupid but it works it ain't stupid" and all that.
#156 - anon (06/02/2016) [-]
Warm water and dish soap
#97 - Picture 02/14/2016 on SATISFACTION... +5