Mouse Trap Coffin

Everyone gets mice now and then. It has nothing to do with cleanliness and everything to do with where you live and what time of the year it is. I speak from experience. Our old house had the problem every winter. The fact that the house was more than 100 years old made it super easy for them to get in. The house we live in now is brand new and in a new area. Mice love it when you build where they live. Anyway, I’m always looking for a new way to get rid of mice. Or should I say Scary Hubby is. I try to stay out of it. It really creeps me out. I would love to use these however. Unfortunately these were designed by Sarah Déry as a student project and not actually available for sale. I think it’s genius and somebody should totally produce these for sale. I’d buy ’em.

Mousetrap 1 Mousetrap 2

3 Responses to “Mouse Trap Coffin”

  1. Susan Says:

    Scary Jane..I havea possible solution for your tiny rodent problem. Pennyroyal. Thats it. The herb smells like mint to us, but must smell likt the eqivalent to nuclear-raw-sewage to little rodent noses. I made a tea and sprayed in cbinets etc, placed the fresh herb in strategic locations, and voila! They “relocated” somewhere else. No poisons,no tiny corpses rotting in walls, no danger if killing neighborhood cats by accident (post poison rodent snacks) no plug in ultrasonic gizmos, no rodent torture devices or slow-death sticky traps, . 🙂

  2. Jen Says:

    Yes – I support humane mice removal!

  3. jane Says:

    Thanks Susan! I’ll have to try that.

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