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    LesleysWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    October 1, 2020We will be putting our motor home is storage for the winter, any advice on how to stop mice entering and taking up residence?
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      Jim & JB October 1, 2020 Fresh Cab Botanical Rodent
      Repellent.  It's in packets that you put in your rv
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        Lesleys October 1, 2020 I don’t think it’s available in Canada, and it gets stopped at the border.
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      C & C & J October 1, 2020 stuff steel wool everywhere you know a crack can be,, spray chemical around the entire place, moth balls work good also,,   but nothing better than steel wool or just sealing up every crack with something.  yes use stainless steel wool only , no...  more
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        SCOOTER October 1, 2020 I would use stainless steel wool, no rust
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      Craig and Kim Parker October 1, 2020 We use the Fresh Cab repellent also. Place them, (bags), in all compartments with openings like water/drain lines, wiring etc. We also put mesh bags of moth balls on top of each axle behind each wheel right atop the spring mounts and place a bag on each j...  more
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      Mel and Sherry October 1, 2020 Sounds like a good way to keep mice out, where do you buy Fresh cab repellent.
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      JodiMB October 1, 2020 They don't like the smell of Irish Spring bar soap.
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        Travelin’ Gran October 2, 2020 Except one year they snacked on mine😕
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        JoGal October 2, 2020 Yup ate my Irish Spring too😡
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      Canadian Hellie October 2, 2020 The only time we never had mice was when we had it undercoated with oil - they called it 'mouse proofing'.  Not sure if they added anything to it.  I hear peppermint works and maybe the best is to have a fairly bright light on underneath the rig...  more
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      Larry and Dee October 2, 2020 i have tried them all, softener sheets,irish spring soap,moth balls,peppermint oil,fresh cab, steel wool.  some work for awhile , some not at all! Put spring traps in with no bait(scent will draw them in) check every week or so. Peppermint oil must n...  more
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      Full Time Dream RV October 2, 2020 I remove everything from cabinets and put it in plastic bins and store the bins inside the camper. If you use  damp rid get the one in plastic containers and store somewhere like a sink in case they freeze and break, it won't make a mess or damage an...  more
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      Charlie and Rexetta October 2, 2020 I put peppermint on several throw away vehicle fresheners and spread them throughout the motorhome and then I check them and put fresh peppermint on them every three weeks or so! Have had no mice and the motorhome smells great!
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      WilliamB October 2, 2020 I posted yesterday that I use coyote urine spray. The stuff hunters use for attracting coyotes. I spray it on everything that contacts the ground, hitch, leveling jacks, power cord, etc. Two problems are you have to "refresh" it every couple weeks or so t...  more
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        Larry and Dee October 4, 2020 This is one I haven't tried!  But i might get it a go.
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      Jim & Sharon Ham October 2, 2020 After a bad mice experience first year in storage, we got smarter and tried the trick of waiting till dark and turning on every light in the place while crawling around underneath looking for light leaks.  Marked them with tape and rags to come back ...  more
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        SCOOTER October 5, 2020 I would use stainless steel wool for the no rust look
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      Gloria Handley October 2, 2020 we seal up every cranny and opening under the camper and also inside where the drains go through the floor and always keep the slides in.  We use steel wool, but... we live in Arizona and don't have a huge problem with mice, just prairie gofers and s...  more
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      JoGal October 2, 2020 I use a mixture of peppermint oil and cinnamon. Put some on paper towels and toss everywhere. Make sure paper towels are not laying on anything plastic. It’s very strong and will damage plastic.
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      Coffey October 2, 2020 We use the renuzit cone air freshners  in all the bins and we've never had a problem with mice.  We've RV'd since 1988 and started using these air freshners probably 25 years ago and they really work.
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      Rebrawlings October 3, 2020 Mouse traps! When we stored our RV we also had a mouse move in.
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      Ljimcross October 3, 2020 We use dryer sheets. We put them in many areas, under the mattress, in couch, in cupboards.
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      Curious Georgel October 7, 2020 I clean everything out and put Peppermint oil on cotton balls set on pieces of tinfoil (because of oil) in all cabinets and also hang 3 to 4 bags of mothballs(from dollar store) under the rig.  I
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