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Old 02-27-2016, 04:09 PM   #29
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Perterson - checked again and no tiny beer cans.

So it's been a few weeks since I put the pesticide all over the affected area in the RV. No more evidence of bugs. I'm hoping they moved on to greener pastures.

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Thank you for passing on a most intriguing episode/mystery. Hope you have it solved. What was the pesticide you used and how did you apply it?
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Wingnut - I used Carpenter Ant/Termite Killer Plus from Bayer sold at Lowes. It's in a big blue bottle. It's concentrated but I didn't dilute. I used a decent sized artist brush and applied it into the cracks of the cabinet in question (TV) and also where the cabinet meets the floor and ceiling. Never saw any dead bugs. I also poured a ring of this stuff around the tires and all 5 stabilizers at the ground. It left a white residue on the stuff I painted but I think it will wipe off.

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