Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Mice can get into anything

My wife had a mouse at work that has been eating all of the flour and baking goods in the pantry at an after school program she works at. She kept telling me that all the baking goods are in a tupper ware type bin with a lid that sort of snaps on. It is one of those bins you buy at Target or Wal-Mart for storage, problem is, they are not mouse proof! If you are storing things like sugar, flour, chocolate chips, anything like this, you should really keep it in a jar with a screw-on lid. Mice are really resourceful and tricky and my wife and the staff at the after school program are learning this quickly. So the lesson to learn here is to not underestimate the power of the mouse and keep your dry goods locked up.


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Billy Mac said...

I've heard good and bad about them...glad to hear some feedback that is positive

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2530 Hayes Street
Marne, Michigan 49435
"An invasion of armies can be resisted, but not an idea whose time has come." --Victor Hugo