By Anna from Gray Court, SC
Ember - why didn't you just tear down the place and rebuild from scratch! I bet that would work too!
Put out bowls of vinegar to help absorb the smell. You may also try some eucalptus scented candles. The best thing though is to remove all moth balls that remain, and keep airing out the house.
I once had a battle with mice, and my house reeked of moth balls for a year. I overdid it on the moth balls, but I never had a mouse invade the house again, lol. :)
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