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Old 08-17-2012, 03:49 PM   #15
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Mice can get through anything they can squeeze their heads through and the body will follow. And, mice have very small heads. It is almost impossible to plug every entrance they can come through.

When not traveling I always keep a couple of old standard Victory mouse traps set with a little peanut butter. When we travel I take them up as we have small dogs also.

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Old 08-17-2012, 03:51 PM   #16
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Anything touching the ground from the RV I put foundation flashing around and fasten with Velcro strips inside with rolled lip. Looks like a shiny stove pipe Tires,sewer,water,electrical anything that comes in touch with the ground. 12" slick aluminum flashing stops the critters from getting traction. Once they are made just store and put on when parking for extended time, for me that is tires and electrical. Good luck.

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Old 10-15-2012, 08:03 AM   #17
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I know Pest Control companies will be willing to set up your motorhome for a mouse free winter. Mouse control can always become a challenging issue that seems like a never ending battle!

I know of a company that did my house for bed bugs last year and they were really great. I'm sure not exactly how it works with mice, but with the bud bug issue I had, they never came back,

If it;s something that can be afforded, it's definitely worth it. Environmental Pest Control.

Hope this was somewhat helpful! Unless you were looking for strictly DIY method :s

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