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Old 09-29-2021, 12:17 PM   #29
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OH and by the way I missed a small number of items , like recently refinishing all the oak cabinets with Tung oil. It makes the oak look like new again!
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Originally Posted by alanjdevlin View Post
We have a 40 ft 2005 Safari Gazelle. We are having a continuing problem with field mice moving in. We have blocked the obvious holes but they are still getting in. We think it may be from under the dash up front. Anyone have a solution?

Snap Traps work well. I keep a couple set continually.
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Old 09-29-2021, 12:55 PM   #31
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Glue traps, one on your generator and another in the overhead, just remove a celing speaker and slide one up there. When it traps a mouse you will know it when you hear the trap bouncing.
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Old 09-30-2021, 07:46 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by Open Roaders View Post
Irish spring soap.
We have always had mouse droppings in the cupboard under the kitchen sink and up into the silverware drawer where they cam directly access from the sink cupboard. They must come in via the water lines. 2 years I placed half bars of Iris Spring soap in the cupboard and there's not been a sign of them since.
It's important to note that bar soap is made with fat - a food source. If they are hungry enough, they'll eat it.

Please please please, don't rely on anything that claims to be a repellent until you take the time to really seal your rig up. Then use what ever floats your boat. Seal FIRST! Otherwise it's like trying to discourage a thief by leaving a radio on, then going for a vacation with the front door unlocked and wide open.
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