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Old 11-20-2015, 06:40 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Chuck_Hammer View Post
You get Great Stuff on your hands. you WILL understand just how WELL it holds.. and how hard it is to remove..

Don't Ask..!
When it first came out it was packaged with a pair of vinyl gloves - which of course, most folks, including me, were too 'proud' to use. That is the first time, anyhow. When I use it now, I dig out a pair of Harbor Freight throw away nitrile gloves and can still get an occasional glob on an arm, pants, shirt, face - but so far, not in my hair, or that is, what's left.

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Old 11-21-2015, 03:32 AM   #16
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I learned to live with the little creatures when camping. After all, I am camping in their yard. I have a simple list I follow that works every time and I never have to fill any holes. I bring a jug of the home defense with me and before pull into my space I spray a layer down over the entire space and then after I park and setup I spray the areas that touch the ground and the shore cord and sewer hoses and the I put a drop or two of boric acid solution at each touch point where the TT meets the ground. I only do this when I am staying at least the weekend or when we go away for a week or more and if it rains of course I have reapply or apply after the rain stops and it dries up. It does seem a little more work than I want to do but if I can prevent my trip being ruined by some invaders its worth it.

now, for the other pests that can get in and ruin your expensive investment. I go thru the entire RV and check all the places a rodent can get in and if I find any new holes or evidence of pests like droppings I act appropriately.

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