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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by abrucerd, Jul 28, 2013.
Just a friendly reminder... if you haven't already, be sure to cap your exhaust!
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It's like your own little zoo in your living room. Bet the little guy doesn't stick around when the mornings get chilly.
Hey, you caught a flappy.
Flappies belong outdoors eating 'squitos.
gonna put my little guy to bed, then deal with this NEW little guy.
Bright ideas are welcome and encouraged!
Close off room at dark ,cover or close all door ways . Open widow's remove screens ,open door on stove .
The little guy will be gone by morning . At least that's what worked for me when I had one
in my spare bed room .
Thats crazy...it made it through the impeller and all!
shop vac , need i say more
In the alternative light off the stove. Well it works for other things like hornets ....
after suiting up, I lucked out with batsy falling down into the ash pan. I slowly slid it out and covered it with a towel. Carried it to the back porch, removed the towel, and off he went to scare future generations of Wayne children.
You did good..........
I better cap mine. This area is loaded with bats.
Bat sh!t crazy!
multiply that by 20 or so and you will have my attic.
I had bees, when I was playing curious George and opened the ammo can latches. Roasted em'
Not so crazy since bats can get thru a hole the size of a dime! One easy solution is to open door and drop in a couple of moth balls and he will find his way out and not come back!
Better than an European starling dive bombing into your exhaust fan while running...