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Old 03-29-2013, 11:49 AM   #1
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Facts about Mouse Free.

Mouse Free prevents mice and any rodents from getting into your rig, it also stops crawling insects from entering as well. Mouse Free is non toxic to humans and pets as it does not kill it repells! Anyone that has ever had work done to their rig knows how expensive it can be and just because you don't see the damage it's there in the walls and ceilings. I have had mice and ants which both did damage, the ants alone got under my tile in the kitchen and caused it to lift with the nest they built, several hours and a few hundred dollars fixed it and got most of them out but I still find the odd one around.


You don't have to lift your rig to apply it, as long as you can get under it and apply a thin coat it works. It also acts as rust protector as will and keeps wire connects that are exposed to the outside from corroding. Not all rigs should be done annual, if it doesnt move every 18 months is suggested.
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Old 03-31-2013, 07:24 AM   #3
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Had mouse free put on MH over a year ago and have not had any varmits or insects in the MH. Was it a good investment YES as the MH has been sitting for over 9 months.
As for how long it will last, 2 days ago I was de-winterizing the MH ans the mouse free was still in place. and that is after driving over 4400 miles in all types of weather.
Will I have the MH done again in the future the answer is YES.
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Had mouse free put on MH over a year ago and have not had any varmits or insects in the MH. Was it a good investment YES as the MH has been sitting for over 9 months.
As for how long it will last, 2 days ago I was de-winterizing the MH ans the mouse free was still in place. and that is after driving over 4400 miles in all types of weather.
Will I have the MH done again in the future the answer is YES.
Who put it on?
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But are you still welcome at Disney parks if you use Mouse Free?
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