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Toilet troubles

Today I dropped the lid of a bottle of CampChem into the toilet. Will it just wash out through the drain hole or is it too big?
ipeltier 06/02/20 08:00pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Any nice new 5th wheels that have cloth furniture

When we ordered our Jayco 5th wheel, we had a choice of a leather substitute or cloth. I ordered the cloth furniture. I also don't like the stickiness of "leather" or the cold touch.
ipeltier 11/20/19 10:21am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Rodent???

Tvov—I found the product locally and will set it out tomorrow. Thanks for the advice.
ipeltier 10/17/19 08:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Rodent???

"Avoid putting the bait in the camper - it will draw the rodents into the camper to get the bait. Use the outdoor bait containers (designed to prevent other animals from eating the bait). I put those next to the jack and wheels, where rodents can crawl up into the camper." Tvov--what outdoor bait containers would you recommend? We are in Canada, so our products may be different but I'm sure I can find comparable items. Good advice about not putting the bait in the trailer, and about the consequences of poisoned mice and their predators. I'm also amazed that the mouse had the energy to stash all that food in two different places. Will also look up peppermint oil. Thanks, everyone.
ipeltier 10/16/19 08:31pm Fifth-Wheels

We recently put our 5th wheel in storage on a farm field in southern British Columbia. The owner warned us that mice were a problem, so we set out four trays of blue poison mouse pellets. A week later, we returned to find two of the trays completely empty, and a stash of the pellets in a corner of a pantry basket, and a dozen pellets in the underbelly underneath the upstairs bedroom. We inspected the trailer thoroughly, found a dozen mouse turds, and a small hole on the kitchen slide which we plugged with steel wool. We're now living in the trailer, and haven't found any dead rodents, so I assume it (they) escaped through the slide hole before we plugged. Would this have been a mouse? A rat? Do mice transport food to a hiding spot?
ipeltier 10/15/19 08:59pm Fifth-Wheels
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