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Old 12-30-2022, 11:17 AM   #57
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We are most timers traveling about 9 months a year. We're fairly positive they are coming through the slides and then dispersed throughout our rig. We first picked them up in North Dakota in September and continued picking more up in South Dakota. They were everywhere including our 5th wheel's basement. We just kept sweeping them out the door or sucking them up with our little car vacuum. Finally, when we got back to our home base near St. Louis, the freezing weather finally killed them off and we're cleaning them up as we get ready to head to Florida in a few days. We've had the stink bugs before but never this bad. Maybe it's some sort of natural cycle this year as we go to South Dakota almost every year and picked up a few.
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Old 01-01-2023, 05:37 PM   #58
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We have full timed 7 years now. We bought a pneumatic BUGZOOKA on Amazon. This scoops up our bugs easily. Best money ever spent.
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We have full timed 7 years now. We bought a pneumatic BUGZOOKA on Amazon. This scoops up our bugs easily. Best money ever spent.
Sounds good, just don't release invasive species back outside. Kill them.
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