Pest Prevention: How to Keep Mice Out of Your RV
RVs add an extra level of comfort to camping and travel, often providing a home while still allowing you to enjoy the outdoors. However, there's one part of nature that most of us would like to keep away from, and that's the pests. Mice, in particular, can be an issue, especially when you put your RV away for storage.
Part of what makes mice such an issue is how little space they actually need to get inside your RV—a gap about the size of a dime leaves plenty of space for a mouse to slip inside. Aside from entrances like doors and windows, mice can also move into your RV through:
● Gaps around wiring or plumbing
● Corners and cracks where walls meet
● Cracks around doors
● Holes in the floor
● Electrical and plumbing access panels
● Weak seals around pull-out sections
Even the smallest areas of damage can make way for rodents to slip in, which is why it's so essential to know where they can get in so you can keep them out.