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Old 08-17-2016, 05:53 PM   #11
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Mice in ceiling AC

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Unfortunately we have a sealed underbelly so this won't work for us....this has been a terrible season all we have done is hunt and clean up mice
If you have enclosed underbelly your problems are minimal. Seal every possible 1/4" space. Black silicone, and foam expanding for rodents. Pay attention to every opening. If you have a slide , they walk the frame they get on frame from tires and or jacks anything that connects the TT to the ground and enter the enclosed underbelly where any slide mechanism penetrates thru the frame. Arduous task but persistent diligence pays off. My NewTT is impenetrable after I sealed it all as outlined. Good luck. Don't give up. They will win and destroy your TT

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Old 08-17-2016, 07:14 PM   #12
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next time use sticky traps, this way you remove the lil dead bodies :-)

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Old 08-17-2016, 09:48 PM   #13
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I envy you not your problem with the mice. Ugh! I too, would consider calling in a professional exterminator as I had to when I had a serious ant infestation problem. You might want to consider having the ducts professionally cleaned once the mice are eradicated as well as mice and their poop can carry diseases.

While I know this is not going to be a solution for everyone, my cat camps with me in my TT and I am absolutely 100% convinced that the scent of the cat in the TT is a very strong deterrent for mice and other rodents. I am on TT #3 at this point and have never, ever had trouble with mice or other rodents while. Ditto when I owned pop up campers. Just a thought.

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