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Old 04-08-2015, 07:54 AM   #15
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Speaking of mice I have a question, if and when the snow does melt here I am going to be putting in a gravel/ stone parking spot for our TT is it true mice don't like gravel? Also this spot is near some woods is this an issue? Lastly I was thinking about putting those plastic containers with the green bait under the camper near tires etc.
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Old 04-08-2015, 10:49 AM   #16
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Update...

While on our first Campout of the year last weekend, I fixed the area where they were coming in by using wall plates with an I.D. matching the O.D. of the drain lines and sealed them with copious amounts of silicone adhesive. We also put out baited glue boards in corners and cabinets and caught 4 mice through the weekend as well as cleaning out a previously undiscovered nest. We're going to keep the baited glue boards in full time from now on to verify that they are no longer getting inside. Three days after returning home, we've caught nothing else.
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Glue boards! Really. Ok here's what I use Electronic Mice and Rat traps just open the door and dump in trash or in the field and let nature take its course. I use to bait Rats in my shop and not with decon and then a friend turned me on to these that he used on pack rats in his wood supply. I don't have a wood supply but I do live with acreage around me. I picked up a mouse one after they decided to chew on my Cadillac. anyway sorry RVing you can put these in run ways under furniture, vehicle car seats(just in case they find their way in supplies) and no worries about children or pets (big, small and yes old ones too) getting into it except to empty. I put a little smear of peanut butter on vert. rear surface.
If you still use Decon in you vehicles that you don't drive regularly suggestion getting the bar type (looks like a log candy bar) cut chunks off and zip tie it through the center hole to something bolt heads, shock tower anything because they'll try carrying it away.
These are quick and we will win the battle
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