Originally Posted by Robert1944
I just bought a 30' 2005 RB Classic. I'm going to my place in Mexico this winter so I'm going to leave the trailer at my place in Canada that has lots of mice. I am worried that the mice are going to get in there and chew everything up including the wires for my solar system that I plan to leave on to keep my batteries charged up. I thought the trailer was totally sealed at the bottom but the dealer said not to count on that. So, does anybody out there have any suggestions for mouse proofing the trailer? The dealer recommended spraying the bottom with the same kind of material people up here use for rustproofing their cars but the dealer wouldn't guarantee it because of the age of the trailer.
Thanks for your hep.
If you have a power source, I suggest using Victor Rodent Repeller.
I have been using them for at least 20 years. I put two of the mini size in each trailer, one at each end. Since I began using them I have not seen evidence of a mouse inside of my trailers. My Safari is parked 10' from the woods in my backyard, about 7 miles from town. My Excella is parked in FL. There are plenty of mice, but they seem to avoid my trailers.
I would not use the undercoating, bad advice IMO. If you are going to Mexico during winter, you will not be driving on the salted roadways.