Originally Posted by d69stang
I am new to the site. We just bought a 2013 Dynamax Trilogy 35RE T3. We are planning on full time camping for a while. We set up at a park that has too many squirels. Two days there the eat the wires on propane mounted tank and some lights we had hanging outside. Any sugestions on how to keep them away. Can't use gun. Any help would be appreciated.
I feel you pain - our house - where we store our 5er is a "Nature Preserve" - we love our furry friends but HATE it when they dig and gnaw!
Couple of things you can do!
For us- we do as others have suggested and have feeders out -- the critters, for some reason, prefer corn and seeds to rubber wiring...go figure! :roll eyes:
Another thing you can do is this:
1.25 lb Critter Ridder Granular Animal Repellent | Havahart Granules Reviews
They sell powder and sprays - I would spray all my exposed wires and maybe anything in the undercarriage as well (wear protective glasses and a mask!)
Another item some of our friends used to keep their spas and backyards clear was this:
Amazon.com: RODAR II Ultrasonic Pest Repeller: Patio, Lawn & Garden
DOn't see why it would not work on a RV and 3,000 SQ foot is a pretty good standoff!
Bob & Anne-Marie [BamaBob & 6 Actual]
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