1. Place rodent repellent around the exterior of your coach to keep away rodents.
2. Inspect your RV’s entire exterior for possible entry points – don’t forget the underbelly! Do not overlook exterior storage compartments!
3. Plug the holes you find using non-rusting metal dish scrub pad because mice are notorious chewers.
Tip: Don’t use rodent baits such as poison and traps, because these items give a delayed reaction causing rodents to decay inside your RV. Decaying rodents = one stinky RV come springtime!
Tip: We don’t recommend that you use mothballs as a rodent repellent, because it will make your RV smell like a dusty cellar!