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Old 10-19-2019, 04:43 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by travelin texans View Post
If you want something that actually works get Fresh Cab packets & place under cabinets, storage areas throughout the rv. They smell good & really work.
AMEN !!!!! Been using Fresh Cab packets for the past 10 years. We live in northern Michigan in the middle of 30,000 acres of state forest. Trust me when I say that there are likely more field mice, chipmunks and voles/moles and other furry critters that most people will see in a lifetime and the ALL start looking for a warm, dry place to winter down about October of every year. Since using Fresh Cab in the trailer, boat, tractor, Slingshot, RZR, ATV's, snowmobiles and even in my "off season clothing" (hunting/fishing stuff) I've not had any "mouse droppings" or other signs that they have been in or around my stuff.

There's a "bazillion" wives tales about how to prevent them from getting into your trailer, everything from pouring used cat litter around the outside to urinating on the tires (to give them a predator's aroma)... I suppose people will keep trying new "old wives tales" till the cows come home, or in this case, till the mice set up home....

As said, you can keep trying new crap or just go buy some Fresh Cab and be done with it. As always, YMMV.


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