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Old 05-04-2015, 02:25 PM   #21
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More and more Jayco's are coming with the thermal package with the corrugated plastic. Makes it impossible without ripping it all out. I did use steel wool around any hole I could find around the slide outs though.
Agreed I did not see any hole under mind that was not sealed as a result of the thermal package.
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Old 05-04-2015, 03:47 PM   #22
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Hmmm, sounds like you need to coax a feral cat into your storage location ...
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Hmmm, sounds like you need to coax a feral cat into your storage location ...
My kitty catches, and sometimes eats, her mice. Sometimes she may bring home 3 in one night. But its a loosing battle when you live in the woods
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I used Bounce dryer sheets and Irish spring soap. We live on a farm so have to be careful with what we use and trailer was actually stored in barn last winter. I also used the same combo in our outside kitchen and seemed to work better than anything over the past 15 years. DH couldn't believe how well it worked. Placed soap bars under tt and wherever I could sit bar. Inside I used LOTS of Bounce. Trailer smells wonderful. Has to be Bounce dryer sheets.
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I have posted it many times before...I use a product called Mouse-Free. It works 100% as they say. We had mice the first winter. I sprayed it over the summer/early fall and have had no issues with mice the last 2 winters. I park my camper in the same spot each year. My daughter parked her camper next to mine 2 years ago and she had mice in the rear bumper. They ate the sewer hose! Dryer sheets don't work.
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I use a product called Mouse-Free. It works 100% as they say.
This appears to be the vendor site for Mouse-Free. However, do check other sites (Amazon, etc.) for user ratings - seems a mixed-bag.
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Cab-Fresh packets - originally designed for enclosed cabs of harvest equipment
Rid-A-Rat -12vdc electronic strobe lites designed for under hood mounting on vehicles.
Rope Lites from Home Depot 120vac, placed on ground under TT.
Above items are for preventing pack rats in the desert regions. they hate bright light!
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