Mouse-proofing slide rails on 2013 314BHDS
I know that it is not practical (or possible) to 100% prevent mice from entering... but I still try to do what I can.
I've been underneath and have reinforced the corruplast with spray foam at all edges and seams. I've done this on previously owned units, and that generally does a pretty good job.
However, on this unit I have the two slides with 4 slide rails and 2 "tip bars" (I think that's what they're called). These all enter through the frame and go underneath the corruplast. I can't really foam these openings, or pack with steel wool, as the slides obviously need to move in and out. At least the tip bars have caps that cover their openings when the slides are closed. I'm assuming that once they get in under the corruplast, everything is open from there (unless the slide rails are somehow encased?). I was wondering if there were any types of gaskets or caps that could be used on the slide rails themselves?
Any other suggestions or tips for how to keep the mice out of these openings?
I've read about the "Mouse Free" product, any experience with that?