What can I use in an RV that does not stink or a dangerous chemical to keep mice out..........no electric............I want to try cedar blocks but I don't know if that would work.  Does anyone have suggestions..........I don't want to put traps or poison to draw more in.
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I tried dryer sheets, as soon as the smell goes, the mice are back..............I bought 2 hanger cedar pieces & 12 round cedar discs.............set 4 mouse traps under the sink where most droppings were located............went up early this morning to empty the traps and clean and reset them......................NO MICE IN TRAPS.........THEY MUST NOT LIKE CEDAR.........will check the traps tomorrow.......
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I checked 2 days in a row..........no mice...........it must be the cedar things...............Happy days are here again.
checked 3 days in a row.......no mice, when the cedar loses it smell just lightly sand and put back..............
I checked every day...........no mice.............have to check the scent of the cedar monthly and sand lightly..................
I have to sand the cedar blocks, I found out they do not like clorox cleanup sprayed on the fabric softener sheets.
I did catch one mouse weeks later, cleaned & reset it..............put clorox-cleanup on the dryer sheets under the sink on a plastic lid and mice don't like it.......
finally had to put bait under the trailer in a commercial black box bought at Tractor Supply and cat hair from brushing my cats in an open plastic container under the sink....check inside traps daily.............no more mice...............
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