Stupid hoppies scare the bejesus if you’re not expecting them. I hate them in my basement. Never dreamed how bad they could be if in the camper. Ugh!Plus , we have cave crickets here, you dont want them in the camper. Or anywhere else for that matter. They are a pita to controll. Thats why the spray poison also. Plus it helps to spray the house 2x a year.
(I am originaly from WNY and went to college in Northern NY, so I get cold weather, believe it or not, we have it too in the SW.) Our temps will fall to zero at least once during the winter, some years we have a streak of below zero, we always have temps in the teens, so properly winterizing is necessary. We had the advantage of going to the seminar our dealer has given twice.They had a hot water tank, the 6 gallon size, that had been left filled, frozen, and ruptured - really good incentive to make sure we winterize well. They also showed why just blowing out the system isn't a sure thing, that water drops left in the piping or faucet parts can gather and freeze in a limited area. That's why we blow out the system, then pink it, with the water heater on bypass. The water heater is drained and rinsed, no pink. We add a bit of pink to the waste tanks, as we flush pink through the system, we do add the antifreeze to the sink trap. The shower trap is a type that doesn't hold water so doesn't need it, not that we use the shower. We do flush the shower faucet though, both for winterizing and de-winterizing, then sanitizing, because it's all in the system.Thanks. Now. If we just had a toilet in ours...ha ha. Do have an out door shower though..
And unlike your situation, ours Will freeze in NH
But all data to compile is good.
We dont use sticky traps.I disagree with using sticky traps, or any other type of baited traps inside your camper. You don't want food of any kind in the camper which could cause mice to chew their way in. Sticky traps come pre-baited.
I stick to my belief that any food (including bait) inside a popup in storage is bad. But I respect that others have systems that work for them.We dont use sticky traps.
The small black plastic containers have a chunk of mouse food they eat. Cannt catch their breath and leave to the outside the same way they came in.
You can get refills for the chunks as well.
This is not food. It is poison mouse blocks. No, we take all food out. Vacuum for crumbs, remove towels bed linnens etc.I stick to my belief that any food (including bait) inside a popup in storage is bad. But I respect that others have systems that work for them.