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Posted by Dave on 7:41:40 7/25/2011 from 192.108.124.40:

In reply to: Re: How many days of inactivity is enough? posted by John Fasoldt on 7:34:55 7/25/2011 from 98.110.81.72:

Never had a squirrel in the house - until last Thursday. I think the wife leaving the patio door open is how he got in. I left the windows open and left for a while as you advised. Even have a patio door in the basement and left that cracked. I have been monitoring for a few days... Will take your advice and if I don't see any signs of activity by the end of the week, I'll assume he's gone. Last question: How often should I use new chum? Does peanut butter get stale?

Thanks for your help and advice. You have a great page here...

--- Dave



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