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Okay, the first and most important thing I'll say: NEVER EVER USE POISON TO KILL MICE. Here's why. First, poison will only kill about half the mice. The others won't touch it, won't find it, or won't eat enough to die. Second, the mice that do die will die in the house, in the attic and walls, and rot and STINK. Yes, a tiny mouse creates a huge odor problem. Third, poison is a temporary fix. New mice will just keep coming and coming. Poison is a total waste of time. Like I said, first you've got to seal the entry holes. But after that, the good news - trapping mice is really easy!
How To Kill Mice: First, seal the holes leading into the house. Next, look all through the home and attic to see where the mice are living. Look for brown grease marks, chew marks, trails and little runways and tunnels in the insulation, and most of all, look for mouse droppings scattered around.
Now that you know where the mice run around, set snap traps there. The wooden snap traps are the best. Bait with any variety of work great, chocolate, and I prefer peanut butter. Set the traps along edges of walls, with the trip pan facing the wall, so the mouse can trigger it from either direction.
I don't recommend glue boards. They are not as effective, and then you've got a live mouse stuck and suffering in glue - just dumb. There are better ways to kill mice, snap traps are really the best.
Here are some other articles you might want to read about mouse control:
How to get rid of mice
How to trap mice
How to kill mice
How to catch mice alive
How to keep mice away
How to get rid of mice in the attic
Mouse removal methods
Do mouse repellents work
Pictures of mouse droppings
How to get mice out of your walls
Mouse in the wall scratching
How much does mouse removal cost?
Directory of Mouse Removal Professionals
Here's a school paper my niece wrote about mouse killing. She did a pretty good job!
Human and Mouse Gene Catalogue.