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Old 05-29-2024, 08:21 AM   #1
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Plug holes between compartments

My 24RBS has a pull out kitchen with burner and sink. Inside the compartment are several large holes to run plumbing and electric and these go into the cabinets and closet. I worry about leaving this open for very long as these holes are easy ingress for critters and bugs. Is there an easy way to seal this compartment?
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Old 05-29-2024, 04:39 PM   #2
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I'd grab some heavy steel wool and stuff the holes.

I did that on our trailer where the water lines and wiring goes through the floor and haven't had any mice since.

Should probably stop bugs as well? Maybe.
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I used aluminum screen wire crumpled up and stuffed in then used some foam to hold it in place. Did the same on the bottom. No mice in 7 years so far! Old camper had several but I think it was the lousy seal on the pushout. Don't forget to armor your furnace, fridge, water heater and electric wire holes! I use stainless scrubbies when I have the wire pulled out as there is a tiny gap and any gap will be a highway to mice!
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