No More Mice in My RV, Please
Directions/Tip: Here’s another tip for keeping the mice out of RVs. We use dryer sheets (Bounce) or any brand. We put them in areas that are out of site, such as lower cabinets and storage areas. Four years ago we had mice that ate into our heating duct and built a nest in the duct. We cleaned and fixed duct (good old duct tape), spread dryer sheets, and haven’t had any mice since.
- Brian Johnson >> I’ve been told by a fellow RVer that he used an off brand, and his sister used Bounce in campers parked next to each other, he had mice while she didn’t. Stick with the Bounce.
- Darcy Waterman Paradis >> Bay leaves also work well. We just place them throughout the camper and inside the storage spaces.
- Jeff Mueller >> Nice to know! I was going to throw Critter Ridder all over the place to make sure I didn’t get any.
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