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Posted by CarlS on 15:07:41 4/12/2011 from 192.151.110.119:

After catching 24 squirrels, I know they have left a scent and return when they discover my house. Aside from blocking entrances/repairing holes... is there a way to help eliminate the GOOD-HOME smell?

I'll be up in my attic for a few weekends in a row; vacuuming turds, replacing some soiled insulation, applying hardware screen, etc. but any additional suggestions are greatly appreciated!

Fox Urine? Moth Balls? Acetone?



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