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Old 06-05-2015, 12:59 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Tail_gunner View Post
We found signs of mice when we got our Eagle TT out of storage. I had taken measures to keep the little buggers out, but apparently that didn't work. I believe that eliminating ways of getting in is more effective than trying to repel them after they're already in.

I found some holes in the floor where wiring and plumbing pass through the floor, namely behind the power center (CB/fuse panel) and under the bathtub at the drain P-trap.

I got some Great Stuff spray foam for pest control and shot it around as many spots as I could get access to. I think I got all of them except under the bath tub. That's a bigger area. I'm thinking about a sheetmetal plate to block the area off.
I was able to do that with my last camper and never had a mouse get in. With the thermal package on my current TT, that corrugated plastic has to many seams with the slide outs and it makes it difficult. I might even remove it.

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Old 06-05-2015, 01:39 PM   #22
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Brings up a question I had, do those with the enclosed bottom like on my new 2015 try sealing it or just focus on the holes in the floor?

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