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Posted by John Fasoldt on 15:28:46 1/24/2011 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: Re: how to repair quirrel damage posted by Pat on 15:26:10 1/24/2011 from 66.32.132.86:

Not sure about what to use on the damaged areas, why not ask the manufacturer?

And the traps, if you're leaving those traps out at night, the nightime animals are fooling with it. Do it in the daytime and put the trap up on something, a picnic table, a bench or something to that effect. Chum the area first, get them coming.

The hardware cloth is your insurance. And you can paint it the same color as the thing it's covering.

---John



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