Fresh Cab: Natural Rodent Repellent

Thank You to Earth-Kind for providing me with their products free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

Fresh Cab

Living in the country we have always had an issue with mice. There is nothing I hate more than a mouse trap and poisons. With traps I’m always waiting for that moment when it snaps on my finger while trying to set, and with poisons I would always worry about the kids or animals getting into it. Fresh Cab provides a much better alternative. Fresh Cab is made exclusively from botanical fibers and oils that not only rid your area of rodents but also freshens the air in the process!

Fresh Cab is the ONLY botanical rodent repellent effective enough to be registered by the Federal EPA and trusted by licensed pest control experts for BOTH effectiveness and safety.

Earth-Kinds products are safe around our children, pets, and livestock. We placed Fresh Cab in our camper out back where we have more issues with mice than in the home. Since it sits on the wood line, the field mice like to make their way in. Our biggest problem area was under the bathroom sink. After cleaning the area of any droppings from before, we placed the Fresh Cab. It’s now been a week and there are no signs of mice in the area! We also placed a Fresh Cab in the barn around our animal feed. There’s nothing more frustrating than reaching in the bag for a scoop of feed only to pull out a mouse in the scoop. Since placing Fresh Cab last week, that hasn’t been an issue. I couldn’t be happier!

Directions for Use:

For preventative use in non-infested areas, place one pouch every 125 square feet. For use in currently infested areas, place one pouch every 8 square feet of floor space and replace every 30 days. It’s really that simple! Just set it and forget it!

Earth Kind stands behind their products 100%. If at anytime you experience that the products aren’t working, contact them for a 100% refund!

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