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Old 05-10-2011, 07:51 PM   #1
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Unwanted Guests?

Has anyone had mice gain access though slideout bars into the enclosed underbelly? I have a new Flagstaff TT 26 RLS. The entire bottom seems to be closed off and sealed really well excluding slideout bars. I was thinking about fabricating covers out of rubber truck mud flaps to seal off the gaps that could be removed when I activate the slide out. Just being mice yet.

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Old 05-10-2011, 08:16 PM   #2
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During summer you should be okay. Will my brand new camper never used I bought some Mouse posion to put in the RV. It had it's own try. I contacted the manfactor and they said it does not attract mice from outside to inside to get to the food but just the mice that may have made it in already it will attract. Cause my major concern is if mice from across the street smell it and want to come into my brand new RV. EEKKK!!!!
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