Hi all, quick question for you? Is Easibed ok for mice and rats, only I went to buy some more Aubiose the other day and they were out of stock. The lady in the shop showed me some loose Easibed and it seemed fine, nice and dry, no smell and didn't leave any traces of dust on my hands. So I brought a bale. Then when I got home and started to clean out the hams I was immediately struck by the strong smell of pine emanating from the bag and also that it felt damp. So I ended up only cleaning out one of the hams. I thought perhaps I ought to check whether or not it's recommended for mice and rats. The lady in the shop assured me that lots of people use it for rodent bedding but then again, lots of people think sawdust is fine...
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