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Old 04-23-2018, 08:22 AM   #29
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X2 on cab fresh for inside and use old cobblers farnam blocks of mice poison in closed containers with holes for mice to enter under RV near power cord/dumps lines/wheels. We used cab fresh in our last RV with good success but when it was not available for a time period we used the old cobblers blocks under the RV and found that it also did the trick. cab fresh needs to be in closed areas and replaced every 3 months or scent gets too little to repel. The old cobblers worked better than other mice poison we tried. It was recommended to us by 2 feed stores as the best. Old cobblers is on amazon.
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We are hoping this works. Our motor home is parked in the grass all summer at our work location and mice have defeated everything mentioned previously. I also wired some led lights on a timer to be on all night, read somewhere that is supposed to deter them but I am not hopeful.
The coyote urine makes sense, have to get me some.
Looks like a good idea. What about an outside cat? If it is doable it will solve the problem.
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Old 04-24-2018, 05:42 PM   #31
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I have a special amasssator to the world of Mice.

He greets them with MEOW and... I never see 'em again.
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Outside cat won't work. The man, who graciously lets us park in his yard for the summer, has dogs that keep his place cat free.
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We have had problems in the past and like many others we started plugging holes with steel wool, caulk and foam. Then I took a spray bottle with Irish Spring soap and water in it and do a lap around the outside of the motorhome spraying the ground, tires and low access points. We have had 1 mouse in 4 years since I started this routine. Much better than the 20 or so we caught the first year. lol
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Just wondering ...Coachman advertises a "rodent proof barrier" that covers the entire underside of the coach in their Sportscoach motorhomes anyone have good results with it? Does it work?
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I tried almost all of the above with no luck

They were taking up residence in the valley under the intake manifold but nothing inside the RV

I put 2 12v 20" LED strips and 1 standard 120v LED bulb in the engine compartment strategically placed

In addition I completely washed the area with bleach and cleanser and then sprayed a light coat of WD40 throughout the effected area

Same problem in my truck parked in the driveway.

Did the same method and no issues since

It's been about 6 months and have had no squatters
so far it's working
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