Originally Posted by snowmaker
I have read a lot of post about of to get rid of mice once there in your RV. But has anyone use the product called 'Mouse Free'? It's a spray on that you apply to the undercarriage of your MH or trailer that will keep the mice and ants from entering in the first place. Just wonder if any of the members here have tried it and what comments they may have about it.
Just purchased a MH and would like to protect it from Mice. Had a travel trailer that was the host to all the local mice around. I did the poison bait and dryer sheet method, mice still came to visit. Any suggestions would be great, just want to find a way to stop them before they enter.
Have not tried the Mouse Free spray, watching another thread for results. Hey, the mice here are free! That is, until they chew up some wiring.
I still think the best solution is to cram steel wool, or as recommended by another poster copper wool, into every nook and cranny you can find. I found openings in the battery compartment, the converter/charger compartment, and the plumbing area. Since blocking those access points, I cannot tell you if any of the oils or Fresh Cab actually work, but I have not had any critters for a year. I do not use poison, and stopped using mothballs at my doctor's recommendation (can cause cancer, yuck). Still watching and checking. . .