How To Use

Thanks for Purchasing Moen’s Mouse Mix! The following photos and copy should guide you in accurately treating your problem areas. Please e-mail with further questions.¬†

Step 1: Setting Up Your Bags

Divide up your Moen’s Mouse-Mix

Divide Bage
Your large bag should be divided into 8-12 of the small zip-lock bags that came with your purchase. Small “snack size”bags also work very well. They don’t need to be plump-full. 3/4 full is just fine.

Vent your Smaller Bags

Be Sure to Vent
You should vent your smaller snack-size bags. This can be done by simply poking 10-12 holes in each bag with a sharp pencil.


Step 2: Placing your Bags

Put Bags Around Problem Areas

Put Bags In
Mice travel following along the wall for safety. Lay the smaller bags in corners and along the baseboard of a room with the vented air holes you made facing up.

Place a vented bag of Moen’s Mouse-Mix about every 4-6 feet.

For treating basements; you should put the small bags you made up high on cement walls between floor joists. For treating the kitchen area; you can hide bags under the sink, under your stove, refrigerator, and inside of cabinet drawers.

Using Cement block foundation

Put Bags In
Cement block foundations are an easy highway for mice to navigate throughout your home. The blocks are hollow and mice travel around the whole basement within the block walls. You want to perimeter off in-between floor joists on top of the cement block walls by placing the small bags of Moen’s Mouse-Mix, or in the basement’s false ceilings (every 2-4 feet). If your basement is finished or has complete drywall, then heavily treat the areas where you can get to the block foundation. These areas can include:laundry and furnace rooms, closets, under-stairway storage rooms, crawl spaces, etc. You shouldn’t place the little bags of product on the floor of basement unless you know that the mice are truly on the basement floor.