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Look at the size of that squirrel nest!
As impressive as that thing is, it sure sucks that it's MY car.
So yesterday I popped the hood in the store parking lot and found the nest and three squirrels. I cleaned the nest out with an ice scraper, but could not get two of the damn squirrels out. I drove a mile home and continued the battle using a stick, needle nosed pliers and hornet spray. It was a tough fight, but I took back the territory. I moved the car about 100 yards away and checked on it this morning. They are back and this time they don't seem as willing to leave.
Not interested in trapping. Poison seems ideal, although I don't really want a carcass stuck in some unreachable place in the engine compartment with summer temps around the corner.
Just let them live there
Drive your car more often.
The only way to get the squirrels out of your hood is with more squirrels. Attach a squirrel to a rope and hoist it down into there. When the squirrels latch onto him pull it up.
This post was edited by Cool Runnings 12 months ago
Drive your car off of a cliff (remember to soak the interior in kerosene for full affect)
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Bring in a bigger predator. Coyotes or weasels eat squirrel.
Yeah, but then you're going to need some bears to get rid of the coyotes. Then you've got a bear problem on your hands. I'm no expert, but I don't think anyone wants a bear problem.
Looks like they were chewing on some of the wires.
I'm cool with bears, they won't fit in the engine compartment.
Especially invincible bears
"People dont kill people with giant boulders"
"They will if you take away their assault rifles"
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1. Start breeding squirrels.
Nuke the car from orbit.
I am afraid that the whole world is closer to moral foreclosure.
Light the car on fire. They're sure to leave. Or get your fishing pole out and hook an acorn to it.
Can make a formidable squirrel army.
Sharpened smores sticks.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Potato Cakes 12 months ago
5-lb bag of peanuts..poured under your neighbor's car.
Just be glad they haven't found the lug nuts yet.
That'll buff right out
Are you sure they aren't groundhogs?
1. Go to quarter car wash
2. Blast squirrels out
3. Don't forget to "gunk" the area first
Just be careful you don't kill the squirrels in front of gHost. He will report you.
Fill the engine compartment with Vaseline. Rodents are well versed on what that stuff tends to be used for. They'll want no part in it.
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