Originally Posted by Airstream12557
We have been successful with dryer sheets, glue traps, and moth balls. We check the trailer almost every week to make sure we have no uninvited guests. A product like Mouse Out would simplify the storage procedure.
I guess it's that sad time of year when many of us need to form a battleplan for mouseproofing our units during winter storage.
There are numerous posts on this topic.
Dryer sheets do not work. See the "BOUNCE"
I have posted this before, but the easiest, least expensive and most effective rodent repellant I have used is a generous sprinkling of good old fashioned mothballs inside the coach and around the tires or anything else that contacts the ground.
Maybe I've just been lucky but the mothball method has never let me down. One nice advantage over traps is no dead and decomposing mice inside the unit.
A spring cleaning is always necessary to eliminate the lingering mothball odor.
It is of course a good idea to pack any openings/gaps with steel wool.