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The key to mouse-proofing your camper is a three-pronged approach: Deter, Discourage, and Repel.
Seal potential mouse entry points with spray foam and steel or copper wool. Use wire mesh where airflow is needed.
Make your camper inhospitable by securing food and eliminating potential nesting materials.
Peppermint oil is a natural mouse repellent. Apply it on fabric scraps and place them where you've noticed mouse activity.
Commercial botanical mix products can also repel mice effectively and are safe for humans and pets.
Mice dislike light. Placing a string of lights under your camper can keep them at bay. Traps can also be used if necessary.
By implementing these methods, you can enjoy a mouse-free camping experience.