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June 27, 2022 3 min read
Winter is an amazing time, but the cold can often make you a bit uncomfortable. Just as you are cold and in need of a warm space, so are mice too. Typically, in winter, mice would find it difficult to move up and down in search of food and shelter. Mice would be excited to discover your camper which is loaded with food and can give them a good shelter from the harsh cold winter, at the same time. It is like them hitting a jackpot. Faced with this awful event, you might wonder – how do I keep mice out of the camper in the winter? In this post, you will get to know the dangers of having mice in your camper and the various ways you can keep mice out of the camper in the winter. So, let’s dive in! Click here for product information…
You might be probably eager to know the dangers that these little creepy creatures called mice mean to you in your camper.
Mice are not the best friends to hang around within your camper. They can eat the food in your camper, and as well leave their droppings all over.
Besides, they are carriers of very harmful diseases, which can spread very fast to you and your loved ones.
Apart from that, mice are rapid and excellent breeders, so having just a few inside your home can be dangerous as they multiply in a short time. The more they become, the more damage they will cause to your camper. Chewing your food, urinating, and leaving droppings, would not only be your problem because you will need to be dealing with the fact that they will also chew electrical wires, particleboard, wood, and anything their teeth come across.
Taking time to properly examine your camper for potential mice entry points is very vital. Check around areas where wires and pipes enter the camper, check for gaps around windows and doors, and do not forget to check the electrical and plumbing panels.
If there are gaps, cracks, or any other entry points for mice, cover them up quickly. I recommend using materials that mice can’t chew like steel wool or sheet metal to seal all openings.
Ensure that you properly clean up those tiny crumbs and pieces of food that fall on the floor of your camper after eating. Before parking your camper for long periods, also carry out a thorough cleaning, both inside and outside of your camper. Endeavor to remove all food inside your camper in between trips, especially those that are bagged with air-tight non-chewable containers. If you have canned foods, you don’t need to move them out of your camper because mice can’t chew them.
After doing all that, then try to store your camper on a hard surface, and not around woody or grassy areas, because mice are fond of such areas. Also, carry out regular checks on your camper.
Mice have a great sense of smell which is why they dislike most strong scents. Hence you can use their unique sense of smell to your advantage by investing in commercially formulated mice repellents. These repellents can be applied in critical areas around your camper to keep mice out of the camper in winter.
Humane mice repellent such as Nature’s Mace Rodent Mace will not kill mice, but only deter mice from your camper. Rodent Mace repels mice by giving off an uncomfortable scent developed from combining plant-based and non-toxic ingredients. However, even as the Rodent Mace smells horrible to mice, it actually gives off a pleasant smell that humans love. Rodent Mace can also be used all year round in both outdoor and indoor spaces. Hence, Rodent Mace protects you from all kinds of rodent problems at all seasons. Product Information…
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