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  1. Re: How to remove mouse smell from cab of farm truck?

    sixdogs, I have no desire whatsoever to become involved in the restoration, or even repair, of trucks nor anything else mechanica. I need to have a tractor and a vehicle to get into town for domestic...
  2. Re: How to remove mouse smell from cab of farm truck?

    dave, Like wine I find there are some oils I like and some I do not. Before we came here it bothered us that we did not like the oil we bought in Britain, almost exclusively supposedly Italian, but...
  3. Re: How to remove mouse smell from cab of farm truck?

    sixdogs, This is your thread so you cannot be accused of taking it off topic.

    There are enormous differences between cultivars of olives. They are called cultivars and not "varieties". A variety...
  4. Re: How to remove mouse smell from cab of farm truck?

    Yes, I have close to 500 young trees, with maybe 200 fruiting this year. A range of Portuguese varieties and it will be another year or two before they are all productive. There were 77 mature trees...
  5. Re: How to remove mouse smell from cab of farm truck?

    Agreed, and I totally agree with your description "dankness smell of damp and whatever". We auffered a mouse plague, and that is the official description, in Australia. Almost as numerous and every...
  6. Re: How to remove mouse smell from cab of farm truck?

    Pleased to hear your decision on the seat. I am sure it is the best answer. As I said earlier it is easy to spend somebody else's money and many posters came up with good suggestions - but like you...
  7. Re: How to remove mouse smell from cab of farm truck?

    sixdogs, It is easy to spend somebody else's money, but would you not be better off to change the seats now. You say the covering is plastic, and despite the low mileage that plastic is old. How long...
  8. Re: How to remove mouse smell from cab of farm truck?

    I saw the thread title and came in to post a health warning, but see Brin and farmgirl have already covered the point. Be aware though that rodents like mice and rats carry other serious diseases...
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