How To Keep Mice Out of Your Camper

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Mice are sneaky and can fit through a hole one-fourth of an inch. That’s about the size of an ink pen. So, to put it into perspective, a mouse could fit through cracks you don’t even know you have in your camper.

How Do Mice Get Into a Camper?

What Can I Put In My Camper to Keep Mice Out?

There are a variety of ways to keep mice out of your camper. You can use homemade or store-bought mouse repellant, traps, and more. We get into more detail later in the article.

Do Dryer Sheets Keep Mice Out of Campers?

Dryer sheets will sometimes keep mice away since they don’t like the smell, but it’s not a long-term solution. Mice tend to adapt to their surroundings, including the odor that dryer sheets let off.

How to Keep Mice Out of Your Camper

Keep Food Sealed and Clean Crumbs. Mice are hungry little creatures. Try to clean up crumbs and any spilled food as soon as it happens. Keeping your countertops and floors clean will prevent intruders from grabbing a snack. Also, keep your dry and pantry food sealed in containers. Mice can eat through plastic bags and boxes.

How to Keep Mice Out of Your Camper

Deep Clean the Camper After Every Use. Deep clean your camper after every use and before you put it in storage. Make sure that all food and anything that might attract mice are removed. That box of crackers from s’mores? Remove it. Extra toilet paper or paper towel rolls? Perfect bedding material for mice, so take it all out!

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