I recently posted a thread about snakes being effective at getting rid of mice in the RV, for better or worse. I would like to get some real feedback from my fellow FROGs regarding the best way to keep mice out of your rig (which of course would decrease likelihood of a snake showing up!). We were lucky that they only showed up in the storage area (as far as I know); the closest they came to the main unit was a drawer above the air return, which was right by the storage area. I have not seen any evidence elsewhere inside, and we spent 10 days in the unit after discovering the rodent (and think the snake ran them off).
I have put down traps, and some bagged repellent. I also have sprinkled snake repellant (more or less granulated mothballs) inside and around the unit; maybe the bag of that with picture of snake on it will help!
I read on the forum about spraying mint around with mixed results.
They may have entered the cargo area by way of opening where the Level Up hydraulic jacks are located, so I can't seal that area off. I didn't see much else in way of opening, but also know they don't need much anyhow.
Thanks in advance for your advice!
Wayne and Kim
2014 Cedar Creek 36CKTS
2011 Ford F250 King Ranch 4x2 Diesel, added springs
Nights camped: 2014 - 32; 2013 - 23