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Kalimna

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Greetings folks,
On doing a little tidying up post bandsaw build (a shiny new SIP 14"), I noticed a couple of tatty-looking labels on some sealer (kept in a plastic roller-tray on the floor under the bench) and then this. This was the only bottle affected, and I think it is the burnishing cream that comes with Rustins plastic finish. The mice have been at it (and there were no corpses lying in the immediate vicinity), and obviously enjoyed it, but not nibbled at any other finishes. I wonder why? Not sure how much more they liked it than chocolate and peanut butter, and I don't think it would be terribly cost-effective, but......

Cheers,
Adam
 

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Shrubby

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They'll be leaving you some very shiny 'offerings' then

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Wow they must have been hungry unless it's very tasty?
I put some draught excluder under my garage door to keep the mice out - but then I couldn't open the door!
Removed it for a while but had a cold snap and they came back.
Will have to level the floor and close the gap when the weather improves.

Rod
 

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I am currently putting a new fence up at home.

Went to get the roll of poly prop bale twine I use in the garden to make a sting line only to fined the little B****rs had eaten the inside of the roll.

Tom
 
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