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nickthehunter

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Wade44 wrote:

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Here are the recommendations from the CDC for cleaning up after rodents.

CDC Cleaning up after rodents


Great LOL. Now his mice will be running around the RV 6" apart wearing little surgical masks while facing the possibility of being locked down by Dr Mauci.
My vote for “Best Post of the Year” Award.

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Well growing up in the sticks where mice were a part of life, I guess I should have died many years ago.


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Wash everything good and you will be fine.


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Wade44 wrote:

StarkNaked wrote:

Here are the recommendations from the CDC for cleaning up after rodents.

CDC Cleaning up after rodents


Great LOL. Now his mice will be running around the RV 6" apart wearing little surgical masks while facing the possibility of being locked down by Dr Mauci.


Putting rodent bait out is easy. They come running.

You know what else is easy to bait for? Science Deniers. All you have to do is utter three simple letter: CDC. They come running! Several people in this thread said the exact same thing as the CDC. Use bleach solution to sanitize.

* This post was edited 04/09/22 12:46pm by StarkNaked *

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Michelle.S wrote:

Well growing up in the sticks where mice were a part of life, I guess I should have died many years ago.


Same here!!!


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StarkNaked wrote:

Wade44 wrote:

StarkNaked wrote:

Here are the recommendations from the CDC for cleaning up after rodents.

CDC Cleaning up after rodents


Great LOL. Now his mice will be running around the RV 6" apart wearing little surgical masks while facing the possibility of being locked down by Dr Mauci.


Putting rodent bait out is easy. They come running.

You know what else is easy to bait for? Science Deniers. All you have to do is utter three simple letter: CDC. They come running! Several people in this thread said the exact same thing as the CDC. Use bleach solution to sanitize.
Not wanting to be labeled a Science Denier, I went ahead and did some more research on the CDC site so I could set your mind at ease. I found out that even if the mouse kissed you, you would be fine as long as you didn’t have “sustained unmasked contact within six feet for more than 15 minutes”. It does not appear that it’s even necessary to wash your face immediately after being kissed; although that wasn’t actually mentioned.

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Just keep you tongue to yourself while kissing.

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You know what else is easy to bait for?


People with absolutely no sense of humor?


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This thread is funnier than the one asking how to keep the camper fridge door from closing or swinging open, while in storage!


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Wade44 wrote:

StarkNaked wrote:

Here are the recommendations from the CDC for cleaning up after rodents.

CDC Cleaning up after rodents


Great LOL. Now his mice will be running around the RV 6" apart wearing little surgical masks while facing the possibility of being locked down by Dr Mauci.


Wow, that is a lot of work to cleanup! I wonder how people who live in the country survive with all the mice, squirrels, chipmunks and other rodents around.


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