Jan 22, 2007

Keep squirrels and rodents out of your RV

If your RV is parked during the winter months, creatures like mice and squirrels might use your mobile home as their own vacation hideaway.

While your RV might look secure, rodents can find or chew their way into the cabin and cause damage.

The Smoky Mountain Sentinel offers tips on how to protect your RV from pesky critters.

You can easily protect your RV by making sure openings in the body or plumbing are sealed, keeping furry freeloaders from getting inside. Various natural products can drive away rodents without harmful or smelly chemicals.

Do you have any advice on how to keep your RV rodent free? Leave a comment below and tell us your story.
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  1. Anonymous10:42 AM

    I sometimes in the past have flying insects try to come in, the rvs that we have had. But not since i started useing the dryer sheets. Take one and stuff it in each of the small places around the rv.Not a one have got in.Not even nest builders of any kind.Your favorite grugrugrugur

  2. Anonymous7:31 PM

    I just opened my trailer from winter storage. I used dryer sheets and still had mice. What a mess. I placed dryer sheets everywhere and still had mice. Any other suggestions?

  3. Anonymous5:33 PM

    I tried the dryer sheets also. No luck. Got some cats around the place and boy did that help.
    Here Kitty Kitty!


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