Originally Posted by Bama Rambler
Well, actually; you should put the D-con around outside the camper. Putting it in the camper means they have to get in to get to it. Putting it around under the camper means they never have to go inside in the first place. Of course, if you store your camper outside, that's hard to do!
What He said!!
We used to have a mouse in the house problem.
Every fall when the air got frosty they would find
a way in.
I checked every nook and cranny looking for the hole
they were getting into.
A mouse can get through a dime sized hole!!
I actually saw a mouse crawling up the bricks on my
2 story house!! We'd lay in bed in the middle of the
night and hear the buggers scratching in the attic
After I began placing bait packs under my deck and around
the outside of my home we have not had one inside in
The same goes for your trailer.
Place a bait pack in a coffee can with a small hole in the
lid. Place the can(s) on their side under your trailer.
I prefer in between the dual tires or behind a tire out
of sight from casual observers.
Chock the can from blowing away with strategically placed
rocks, bricks, or a chuck or 2 of firewood.
You remember what granny said about an ounce of